Travis Scott turned 28 last weekend and he celebrated in style — in a black Bugatti Chiron that’s rumored to cost an eye-watering $3 million. His slick new whip got us thinking about the other cars in Scott's garage, which, as you would expect from an artist worth $58 million, is absolutely stacked with insane vehicles.

From his new Bugatti through to camo-covered Ferraris and chocolate-colored Range Rovers, find our round-up of Travis Scott's best rides below.

Bugatti Chiron

The successor to Bugatti’s Veyron can climb 0 to 100km/h in less than 2.5 seconds, a formidable max speed of 420km/h, and a total power output of 1,500hp.

Lamborghini Huracan

Scott's super subtle BAPE camo-covered Lambo Huracan boasts a 5.2-liter V10 engine, 602 horsepower, and a 240mph top speed. It can hit 0-60mph in 3.4 seconds. Watch him take it for a spin on the wrong side of traffic via the video above.

Lamborghini Aventador

Scott's Lambo Aventador was finished in a stunning matte brown paint, which makes the entire whip look chocolate-dipped. The paintwork is contrasted with white rims, all work courtesy of West Coast Customs. Take a detailed look at their work in the video above.

Range Rover

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He also has a Range Rover in the same sweet shade.

Ferrari 488 & LaFerrari

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Valet with the park

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Scott’s Ferrari 488 looks like literal fire — the entire thing is finished in burnt orange. This beast has a 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that can pump out 661 horsepower.

He also once bought a rare Ferrari LaFerrari, which is rumored to cost $1.4 million, as a gift for Kylie Jenner. Check it out below.

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He also copped a $400,000 Rolls Royce for Jenner, too.

Mercedes Maybach G650

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His ultra-rare $1.4 million Maybach G-Wagon is another favorite — it apparently features a massage system and silver champagne flutes. That car is one of 99 ever made and originally arrived in white. Here’s what it used to look like.

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