For the first time, Kevin Hart is inviting the public to view his private collection of cars, which he has been building for more than a decade. The Los Angeles Auto Show is the perfect event to host the public debut of the Kevin Hart Kollection. From November 17 to 26, visitors to the show will have the unique opportunity to view 11 vehicles personally chosen by Kevin Hart, all of which were custom-built according to his preferences.
A dedicated showcase hall at the Los Angeles Convention Center will feature the Kevin Hart Kollection, providing attendees with an immersive experience into the world of the renowned comedian, actor, and entrepreneur.
Among the highlights will be the 1970 Dodge Challenger Bane, making its public debut in Los Angeles after being showcased at the 2023 SEMA automotive industry trade show. This addition joins Kevin’s growing array of vehicles, many of which are themed to embody unique personalities.
“I’m pumped for people to see my cars in person,” said Kevin Hart. “Some have been at the big hot rod shows, but this is the first time they’ll all be together. And to do it at a major international event like the LA Auto Show was the ideal place to make it happen. I can’t wait for fans to see them and find out which one is their favorite.”
Visitors to the show can look forward to seeing the following cars:
- 1959 Chevrolet Corvette (Mint Condition)
- 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle (Darkness)
- 1969 Chevrolet Camaro (Bad News)
- 1969 Pontiac GTO (Chocolate Droppa)
- 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible
- 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner (Michael Myers)
- 1970 Dodge Challenger (Bane)
- 1970 Dodge Charger (Hellraiser)
- 1987 Buick Grand National (Dark Knight)
- 2022 Ferrari SF90 Spyder
- 2023 Ferrari 812 Competizione
A noteworthy aspect of the Kevin Hart Kollection is the prevalence of horror movie themes, Kevin’s favorite genre. Each car has been meticulously crafted by some of North America’s top muscle car designers and builders. Take, for instance, the 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner Michael Myers, designed by Sean Smith and built by Salvaggio Design. It boasts a 940hp supercharged Hemi V8 engine and a six-speed manual transmission. The car’s menacing black exterior is complemented by Halloween orange accents, including the wheels, custom tires, door mirrors, Whipple supercharger, and interior details. Even the leather seats feature a distinctive “blood splatter” effect. A knife handle gear shift and a masked Road Runner emblem add a touch of whimsy. This Plymouth was the Goodguys Rod & Custom Association 2022 Muscle Machine of the Year.
But Kevin’s passion isn’t confined to American muscle alone. The Kevin Hart Kollection also boasts two coveted Ferraris, a 2022 Ferrari SF90 Spyder and a 2023 Ferrari 812 Competizione. These supercars, tailored to Kevin’s preferences, include custom features like silver racing stripes on the black paintwork and carbon fiber wheels on the 812. These additions promise to add a dash of excitement to the 2023 LA Auto Show, delighting fans of the iconic Prancing Horse emblem.
As the LA Auto Show approaches, more exciting announcements from Kevin Hart are planned. The show will also feature a range of entertainment and cultural exhibits across its vast one million square-foot area, creating a vibrant and diverse atmosphere where car enthusiasts, families, and the entire LA community can come together to celebrate the city’s renowned car culture.