Kevin Hart’s Exclusive ‘Kollection’ Takes Center Stage at LA Auto Show

Kevin Hart Kollection

The LA Auto Show this year showcased an exceptional display—a presentation of Hollywood megastar Kevin Hart’s passion for classic and luxury cars. As a multifaceted personality encompassing acting, entrepreneurship, comedy, restaurant ventures, and an evident love for automobiles, Hart’s impressive ‘kollection’ drew significant attention at the event.

Transforming the former Porsche exhibit hall into a haven for car enthusiasts, Hart not only exhibited his cherished customized classic and luxury vehicles but also introduced visitors to his of business ventures diverse portfolio.

Among the remarkable exhibits was Hart’s exquisite lineup of vehicles, including the stunning 1965 Ford Mustang “Secretary,” the pristine 1959 Chevrolet Corvette “Mint Condition,” the sleek 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle “Darkness,” the alluring 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible “Money,” the powerful 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner “Michael Myers,” the formidable 1970 Dodge Challenger “Bane,” the iconic 1970 Dodge Charger “Hellraiser,” the elegant 1987 Buick Grand National “Dark Knight,” and the futuristic 2023 Ferrari 812 Superfast Competizione.

His assortment showcased some of the most emblematic cars in the automotive realm, spanning diverse eras. The ageless 1959 Chevrolet Corvette exhibited epitomized ingenuity and remains an enduring symbol of Chevrolet’s heritage, standing as the world’s longest-running, consistently produced passenger car.

Another remarkable addition was Hart’s black 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle, representing power and affordability, displaying the distinctive front grille design of that year. The vehicle’s unique frontal grille with its angled configuration and bold headlights exuded an assertive yet stylish character, emphasized by its striking red rims.

Hart’s acquisitions also explored the rare and potent, demonstrated by the 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6 Convertible—a vehicle boasting immense power, with fewer than 20 ever manufactured.

A contemporary inclusion in his collection, the streamlined 2023 Ferrari 812, stood as evidence of supercar engineering, fashioned as a grand touring marvel capable of breathtaking speeds and rapid acceleration.

Each vehicle in Hart’s assortment bore a distinct identity, from the 1970 Dodge Challenger affectionately known as ‘Bane’ to the limited-production 1987 Buick Grand National, aptly titled ‘Dark Knight,’ showcasing the allure of American-made cars.

Amidst the lineup, Hart’s 1969 Camaro ‘Bad News’ displayed a relaxed cruising style, embodying an era of timeless charm and historical significance as a popular Indy Pace Car.

Not confined solely to automobiles, Kevin Hart’s presence extended to the Hart House booth, offering attendees a peek into his foray into vegan fast food, reflecting his expertise as a successful entrepreneur.

Hart’s ‘collection’ wasn’t merely a showcase of automobiles; it stood as a testament to his enthusiasm for automotive history, individuality, and diverse business endeavors, captivating enthusiasts and visitors at the LA Auto Show.