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Jayson Tatum’s Car Collection: A Glimpse Into the NBA Star’s Luxurious Lifestyle and Career

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Five-time NBA All-Star and one of the top basketball players in the game, Jayson Tatum has become a superstar in one of the most popular sports in America.

Since graduating from Duke and being drafted in 2017 by the NBA to the Boston Celtics, Tatum has become a basketball legend, amassing a fortune and quite the car collection.

Today, the star forward is rewarded with a five-year contract for $163 million from the Boston Celtics and plenty of five-start endorsement contracts. It is estimated that Jayson Tatum’s net worth is well over $50 million dollars.

With this newfound wealth comes many luxury toys, and lots and lots of toys. Jason started with a 6,000-square-foot, $4 million home in Newton, Mass. and now he’s moving into cars.

And the cars he likes are top-of-the-line. From extreme luxury to vintage classics, today we reveal Jason Tatum’s hand-picked car collection that is nothing short of awesome.

“Jayson Tatum’s car collection includes a luxurious Mercedes-AMG G 63, a vintage jet black 1968 Ford Mustang GT390, and a quarter-of-a-million-dollar Rolls-Royce Wraith.”

“Here are the details on Jayson Tatums Car Collection”

Mercedes-AMG G 63

First off, Jayson Tatum’s daily driver is the luxurious $179,000 black Mercedes-AMG G 63. This SUV, often referred to as the G-Wagon, masterfully blends rugged off-road capabilities with high-performance engineering and opulent interiors, making it an ideal choice for both adventure and comfort.

Jaysons Mercedes-AMG G 63

Jaysons Mercedes-AMG G 63 is the top luxury SUV among celebrities and professional athletes. This timeless machine holds the truth to iconic design and encompasses exceptional performance, luxurious comfort and advanced technology.

Known as a rich mans SUV, the wagon features a 4.0-liter V8 turbo engine producing 577 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. This German-made luxury wagon is a celebrity favorite, owned by stars like NBA player DeMar DeRozan, Sylvester Stallone, and Floyd Mayweather. (Source: Jayson Tatum on Instagram)

2021 Rolls-Royce Wraith

Next up is Jayson Tatum’s luxurious white 2021 Rolls-Royce Wraith. This car, valued at over $300,000, features a powerful 6.6-liter V12 engine delivering 624 horsepower for an exhilarating yet smooth ride. Its sleek, fastback design and iconic details exude luxury and elegance.

The Jayson Tatum's Rolls Royce Wrath

The Jayson Tatum’s Rolls Royce Wrath it is not only one of the most luxurious cars, but it is one of the fastest. The 6,000 lbs beast is equipped with a powerful 6.6-liter V12 engine (624 horsepower) that propels the car 0 to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds.

Inside, the handcrafted cabin features the finest materials and customizable options, including the unique starlight headliner. Tatum often showcases this car on his Instagram, sharing the spotlight with NBA players like James Harden, Ben Simmons, and DeMar DeRozan.

1968 Ford Mustang GT390

Lastly, Jason Tatum’s favorite car is a custom-made, first-generation black 1968 Ford Mustang GT390 with JT embossed on the rear end of the cabin. He bought this iconic American muscle classic for himself on his 23rd birthday in 2022 for more than $60,000.

Jason Tatum in front of his 1968 first-generation Ford Mustang, produced by Ford from March 1964 to 1973

Jason Tatum in front of his 1968 first-generation Ford Mustang, produced by Ford from March 1964 to 1973

This limited edition Mustang packs an old-school 390ci FE V8 with a 4-barrel carburetor, creating over 325 horsepower and 427 lb-ft of torque. This Mustang is the cousin to the car  featured in the Warner Bros. film “Bullitt,” starring Steve McQueen, which sold for $3.74 million.

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Named to the All-NBA team in 2022 and 2023, Jayson has already met the supermax criteria, making him eligible to sign a five-year extension worth up to $315 million starting in July.

This would more than double his previous five-year 2020 contract for $163 million extension. With the bump in salary, we can only expect a bump in his car collection. 

Beyond the salary, Tatum makes even more money with his product endorsements. In total, this Celtics superstar has mega-dollar deals with Nike, Jordan Brand, Gatorade, Subway, Imo’s Pizza, Ruffles, and NBA 2K. 

Jayson Tatum with his line of shoes

After signing a multi-year contract with Jordan Brand in 2019, Tatum released his first signature shoe, the C, in 2023 – The rest is history.

In a special deal in 2019, Tatum signed a multi-year endorsement with Jordan Brand after initially being with Nike. This significant move included the release of his own signature shoe line, the “Tatum 1,” in 2023, designed to be lightweight and responsive. This deal solidified Tatum’s status as a premier athlete within the Jordan Brand family. (Source: USA Today)


Jayson Tatum grew up idolizing Kobe Bryant’s game. In St. Louis, Missouri, he dedicated himself to basketball under his father’s guidance. By high school, Tatum’s talent was evident as he became a McDonald’s All-American.

All I used to want to do was shoot fadeaways like Kobe because he was my favorite player – says Jayson Tatum.

He then attended Duke University, where he played under legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski for one season before entering the NBA Draft. During his time at Duke, he earned a spot on the ACC All-Freshman team, was named Third Team All-ACC, and was a finalist for the Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year Award.

Jayson Tatum (number 0) with Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and teammate Matt Jones

Jayson Tatum (number 0) with Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and teammate Matt Jones (number 13) in 2016 at Duke University

In 2017, the Boston Celtics selected Tatum with the 3rd overall pick. He quickly impressed, becoming the first Celtics rookie to score over 20 points in five consecutive playoff games. (Source: Jayson Tatum on Wikipedia)

Tatum has since become a five-time NBA All-Star and a four-time All-NBA selection. A key moment in his career came during the 2022 NBA Finals, where he enhanced his playmaking and leadership skills.

Alongside teammate Jaylen Brown, Tatum has led the Celtics back to championship contention, achieving a league-best record and another NBA Finals appearance in 2024.

Beyond the NBA, he was part of the gold medal-winning US Olympic team in Tokyo 2020. Tatum’s journey from St. Louis to NBA superstardom exemplifies dedication and continuous improvement. (Source: Jayson Tatum on Wikipedia)



Since 2020, Jayson Tatum has been dating Grammy-nominated mega-music star Ella Mai. Ella is highly successful in her own right, having amassed a significant fortune and an impressive car collection.

Jayson Tatum and Ella Mai

Here, Jayson Tatum and Ella Mai are spotted and photographed at a Travis Scott’s concert at Coney Island on Independence Day, as reported by the New York Post.”

Ella Mai’s breakthrough hit, “Boo’d Up,” released in 2018, reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Since then, she has released several successful songs and albums, complementing Tatum’s high-profile basketball career. (Source: Ella Mai Wikipedia)

Together, Tatum and Mai form a prominent couple in both sports and entertainment circles, marked by mutual support and admiration. Source The Jayson Tatum Foundation.

Interestingly, both Jayson and Ella share a love for the Mercedes G Wagon, and it’s easy to imagine they might have matching “His” and “Hers” models.


Best of all, despite his fortune and luxury toys, Jayson Tatum finds time to give back to his community. In 2017, Jayson started the “Jayson Tatum Foundation,” which positively impacts the lives of children and young adults through education, athletics, and community support.


Numerous friends and supporters of Jayson and the Foundation were present to participate in the Golf Tournament. Donations received from the Golf Tournament and Silent Auction help support the programs and outreaches of the Foundation in the St. Louis area.

The foundation hosts annual basketball and leadership camps, provides essential school supplies, and conducts the Daddy & Deuce Toy + Coat Drive to support underprivileged families.

Additionally, the foundation offers scholarships and mentorship programs to help students achieve academic success and personal growth.

Jayson Tatum is making a significant difference in his community, demonstrating his commitment to giving back and empowering the next generation.

(Jayson Tatum Foundation)​​

Jayson is a Christian and gives all the glory to God for his skills, talent and the platform he has been blessed to have through playing basketball.

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Jayson favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13,
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”