NFL MVP Super Bowl champion Aaron Rodgers has one of the most unusual car collections in the NFL.
Below, we put together a list of all the cars Rodgers has been associated with since he first started with the Greenbay Packers in 2005. Some of the cars were gifts, some from sponsors, and some he purchased.
It’s an odd assortment of vehicles. Aaron Rodgers car collection range from a one-of-a-kind million-dollar Maybach Mercedes to a Ford F-150 Limited Expedition Truck to a custom-made Aston Martin golf cart with a pink fussy steering wheel.
In total, Arron Rodger’s lifelong car collection includes a Ford Mustang, a Ford F-150 Truck, a Convertible Chevrolet Camaro, a Range Rover, a Tesla Model 3, an $8 Million Mercedes-Benz Maybach Exelero, and a custom Aston Martin golf cart.
#1 Car is a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro
The first car Rodgers added to his car collection was a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible that he won after his spectacular win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV. The Camaro was presented during the Superbowl post-game celebration on the 20-yard line by GM.
Days later, fans watched their hometown hero parading the Red Camaro around Wisconsin and down Main Street at Disney World. (video below)
The Camaro was given to him by GM for having such a spectacular season – and more specifically, winning the MVP.
During Super Bowl XLV, Aaron Rodgers broke all types of records. He was named Super Bowl MVP, completing 24 of 39 passes for a total of 304 yards, scoring three touchdowns and zero interceptions. The game went toe-to-toe in February 2011, with Green Bay winning 31–25.
To our knowledge, Rogers still owns the Camaro as it reminds him of one of the best games, and seasons, of his life.
VIDEO: Aaron Rodger in his Chevrolet Camaro at Walt Disney
Above Aaron Rodgers celebrates Superbowl win with fans in his new Convertible Camaro
#2 Car – A Limited Edition Ford F-150 Truck
If you’re a football fan, you might remember the Aaron Rodgers “Go-to Guy” commercial that first aired back in 2011 during Monday Night Football.
In an amazing feat of throwing accuracy, Aaron Rogers dumped a 50-yard pass in the bed for a Ford F-150 as it speeds off in the distance. Rogers later said, “It only took us two takes.”
The commercial rocked, and Rogers ended up owning and driving a Ford F-150 for many years. Ford even went the extra mile for America’s Most Winning Quarterback and created a Limited Edition Signature Series that includes an Aaron Rogers’s signature plaque on the side of the truck.
Ford officially named the truck the “Aaron Rodger Limited Edition” “Signature Series”. The 4×4 truck includes all the luxuries, including heated leather seats, heated mirrors, GPS, and Bluetooth. It included a powerful 5.0 liter engine and a state-of-art Electronic Six-Speed Automatic Transmission.
Rumors are that the truck later came for sale at Evansville Ford for $45,846 in Wisconsin. Just imagine owning the bragging rights to owning Aaron Rodgers truck.
The Rumored California Range Rover
This Range Rover was loaned to Aaron Rogers by Range Rover while visiting California. Afterward, he graciously reciprocated with a “Thank You” post on Facebook.
On a Facebook post he writes, “Thanks to my friends at Land Rover for letting me borrow this a while I was in CA this summer.”
Then, while in California, Aaron Rogers was caught by the paparazzi while on a date with Television personality Olivia Munn. They caught him off-guard outside Matsuhisa Restaurant in Beverly Hills – and needless to say, he was not happy.
On another note, and in California, Rogers was seen rolling up in a brand new Tesla while on a shoot in Malibu for Swiss watchmaker “Zenith”. He popped out of the car with slicked-back hair and Jimmy Choo shoes sporting a brand new Zenith watch.
The verdict is not in if he owns a Tesla, or it was just another loaner.
Speaking of Tesla, and a little offbeat, both Rogers and Tesla’s Elon Musk are both big on helping others. Both Aaron Rogers and Elon Musk have recently contributed large amounts of money to the “Barstool Fund,” which specifically helps small businesses survive through the covid epidemic. Rogers has donated $500,000 personally.
GENEROUS TO A FAULT – So how did Aaron Rodgers end up with a golf car with a pink steering wheel?
It started back in 2017 when Rodgers bought five brand new Polaris ATVs for his offensive line as a gift. At the time, the front line included center Corey Linsley, guards Don Barclay and Lane Taylor, tackle David Bakhtiari, and tackle Bryan Bulaga. Each ATV is valued at nearly $20,000 each.
Bryan Bulaga quickly thanked Rodgers on a Twitter post, stating, “So you could call this the best Christmas gift ever. Thank you @AaronRodgers12 for this awesome @PolarisORV ! These things are ridiculous!”
Later, Rogers remarked that he never gets gifts from anyone on the team. So they asked him what he wanted. He replied, “An Aston Marton”.
So, David Bakhtiari bought him one. But what he bought Rogers was no ordinary Aston Martin.
Bakhtiari had someone customize a top-of-the-line golf cart and placed an Aston Marin logo on the front. The decked-out cart includes a fuzzy pink steering wheel cover, custom leather seats with Rodgers’ number 12 on the headrest, and a custom decal honoring Rodgers’ three NFL MVP seasons. The back of the golf cart prominently displays a Wisconson vanity plate reading “LUVN69”. This of course to reference Bakhtiari’s jersey number #69.
Rodgers has is been seen driving around the Lambeau Field campus in the custom cart.
Mercedes Benz Maybach “Exelero”
Now for the big boy, and take this one with a grain of salt. Aaron Rodgers is rumored to own a Mercedes Benz Maybach “Exelero” worth over $8 million dollars. Ok, he’s worth over $120 million dollars, and he can afford it, but this may just be an internet rumor.
But regardless, it is one cool car! Here are the details: The Maybach Exelero is a one-off high-performance sports car made by “Stola” and Daimler Chrysler. The Exelero is powered by a twin-turbo 5.9 L V12 engine that produces 690 horsepower. The Exelero has a top speed of 218 mph and a 0-62 mph acceleration time of 4.4 seconds.
In the end, Aaron Rodgers does love his car collection, and we can only wish him the best of luck on winning another championship.