This podcaster’s garage is a car enthusiast’s performance paradise.
When it comes to cars, the “Joe Rogan Experience” host has the capital for an epic collection, as Joe Rogan has a net worth of $100 million. However, that isn’t the only thing that makes his collection great, his passion for cars is undeniable, as well. Joe Rogan’s car collection is full of vehicles that excel in all kinds of automotive measures. With many of his vehicles featuring bespoke and intricate customization, diving into the Joe Rogan car collection list is a daydream for any automotive enthusiast. If you’re wondering “How many cars does Joe Rogan own?” The answer is that Rogan owns between 15-20 cars, and as a prolific collector and enthusiast, his collection changes in size and contents quite often. Keep reading to get to know some of the best Joe Rogan cars, and maybe you’ll be inspired by his collection when it comes to what you might want for your own garage.
2021 Ford Raptor Hennessey Velociraptor 600
A theme you will notice with Joe Rogan vehicles is that he loves off-road performance, and his garage is home to some of the best off-road performance that money can buy. With 600 horsepower, 600 lb/ft of torque, and a highly capable and advanced suspension, tires, and simply the canvas of the F-150 Raptor, the Velociraptor 600 truck can reach incredible frontiers with luxury, style, power, and performance.
Tesla Model S P100D
As Elon Musk has been a guest on Rogan’s famous podcast, it makes sense that Joe Rogan turned to Tesla to experience the world-changing performance of electric powertrains. Tesla’s Model S is capable of performance that flips the script when it comes to how to make cars go fast, and for someone like Joe Rogan who has an eternal need for speed, the performance edition of the Tesla Model S is a perfect addition to a high-performance garage.
1971 Ford Bronco ICON 4×4
Los Angeles-based ICON is a custom builder whose focus is on recapturing the glory and charm of vintage off-roaders, including the Ford Bronco. Based on the 1971 Bronco, Joe Rogan’s ICON is both a recreation of the Bronco’s irresistible appeal and a modern and more capable rendition of the vintage vehicle. With V8 power, a manual transmission, Fox suspension with over 12 inches of travel, and a new Bronco body, it’s even more fun to drive than the original vintage Bronco.
1995 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80 TLC 4×4
Known as one of the most capable automobiles in the world, the Toyota Land Cruiser is loved for its luxury and incredible off-road ability. As the Joe Rogan Survival vehicle, he turned to ICON’s TLC 4×4 arm for the restoration and has on his hands quite the formidable off-roader that is definitely worthy of being considered a survival vehicle. There are few go-anywhere vehicles like the Land Cruiser, and few places to restore them like TLC 4×4.
2008 SharkWerks Porsche 997 911 GT3 RS
The Porsche 911 is one of the best and most legendary sports cars ever made, and the GT3 RS version is just about as intense as the 911 gets. However, the incredible track-focused performance of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS in its 997 generation still wasn’t enough to satisfy Joe Rogan’s search for performance perfection. He turned to Porsche tuner SharkWwerks to give his ride extra power to make an already legendary sports car simply incomparable.
1993 Porsche 964 911 RS America
Many Porsche enthusiasts and purists will tell you that a serious car collection absolutely needs an air-cooled Porsche 911, and the one in Joe Rogan’s garage is extra special. The 1993 Porsche 911 RS America, created with members of the Porsche Club of America in mind, was a track-focused 911 that added a pure performance ethos to the authenticity of the air-cooled Porsche 911, and it’s a great example of Joe Rogan’s taste in cars.
1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
The Chevrolet Corvette is without a doubt one of the most iconic American sports cars, and the 1960s Stingray is one of the most iconic iterations of the car ever made. Its design is still unique and interesting even decades later with pop-up headlights and a profile that evokes its Stingray namesake. When you think of classic American performance, the Stingray almost immediately comes to mind.
1969 Chevrolet Nova
This stunning example of a custom classic is a stunning throwback to the late 60s, combined with excellent design and engineering. The resto modded coupe features a body and looks reminiscent of decades past with the Nova’s signature boxy profile, with performance that is much more modern, thanks to an LT4 V8 engine capable of 640 horsepower.
2005 BMW E46 M3
The BMW M3 is one of Germany’s most famous luxury performance cars, and it’s loved for its ample straight-six power, dynamics, and sleek European style and engineering. Made famous for many by pop culture like Need For Speed games, the E46 M3 is one of the car’s most loved generations, and a car as iconic and capable as that had to be a part of Joe Rogan’s garage.
1970 Plymouth Barracuda Sick Fish
Although Plymouth is no more as a brand, the Barracuda will be known for generations as one of the most iconic muscle cars from the original heyday of big, unbridled American performance machines. In typical Joe Rogan fashion, this Barracuda is extensively modified and customized, and fitted with a powerful Hemi engine capable of 650 horsepower.
2014 Ford Mustang GT
The quintessential pony car, there isn’t really a bad way to own a Ford Mustang. Whether it’s for vintage nostalgia or modern performance capability, nearly every Mustang has appeal for a car enthusiast to enjoy. The Ford Mustang GT is hailed for its simple, no-shortcuts approach to great performance, with a V8 engine, rear-wheel drive, and a coupe body that’s great-looking and fun to drive.
993 Gunther Werks Porsche 911
California-based Gunther Werks is known for restoring and preserving the glory of the air-cooled Porsche 911, and Joe Rogan’s Gunther Werks 911 is a restored example of the air-cooled 911’s last generation, the 993. The restoration is one of only 25 done, and the modern appointments and high performance of the 4.0-liter boxer 6 engine in the car makes it admirable in every way.
Cars Joe Rogan No Longer Has
Being as prolific of a car collector as he is, there are plenty of cars that Joe Rogan has moved on from for one reason or another. His performance arsenal used to include some Japanese legends, like the first-generation Acura NSX, and the ever-iconic Mark IV Toyota Supra. Joe Rogan mentioned on his podcast that his first car was a 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle that broke down within a day of ownership, and not long after, he owned a 1968 Oldsmobile 442 that, in a time when cars, and especially performance cars required much more care and skill to drive, hydroplaned and crashed into a telephone pole.