Scott Disick’s Home Features An Impressive Car Collection

Christian Moe

Turns out Kourtney Kardashian’s man-crush has seriously good taste in cars.

You would be forgiven if you didn’t know who Scott Disick is. Besides a few producer credits and some appearances in B-level TV shows his only real source of fame is his relationship with Kourtney Kardashian. But don’t let his random reality star famedom put you off, the guy has serious taste in design and cars. Architectural Digest recently did a tour of his home, and it’s something to behold. A gorgeous farmhouse design hides a massive and open home with hidden walls, a home theatre and an infinity pool. But the real star of the show is the garage. When Disick walks outside to show off his collection, its hard not to drool a little.

For family moving, Disick is equipped with a pair of luxury child haulers. A brand new Range Rover and the new Bentley Bentayga are both sitting at the ready. With more than 1000 horsepower between them, it’s already and impressive stable of machines. But then things get even nicer, even faster, and ever a little more retro.

Next car on the list is a Rolls Royce Dawn, a $350,000 convertible palace. While not typically considered a performance machine with a 563hp V12 engine, the Dawn is not exactly a slow car. But it’s time for the good stuff. The next car we want to mention in Scott Disicks collection is a Ferrari 512 Superfast. A naturally aspirated V12 is bolted up front, driving nearly 800 horsepower to the rear wheels. When this car arrived on the scene, it was the most powerful naturally aspirated engine fitted to any production car.

Of course, we saved the best for last. While you can hate on Disick’s taste of modern luxury cars, the last machine here will be easy to love. Parked in that five-bay garage Scott also has a Shelby Cobra. And it’s not a rebadge, a continuation model, or a certified replica. Scott has a proper Shelby-vin Cobra.

If you couldn’t care less about the rest of this guys house and just want to jump straight into the cars, feel free to jump the video up to the 5:40 mark. The cars aren’t featured in it for long, but it’s always nice to see a little automotive eye candy.

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