As Elon Musk Becomes The World’s Richest Man, Here Are 10 Things His Wealth Is Worth

As Elon Musk Becomes The World’s Richest Man, Here Are 10 Things His Wealth Is Worth

Elon Musk’s total assets currently remains at over $188 billion, making him the most extravagant individual on the planet. For those who don’t know about him , Elon Musk is a business magnate, industrial designer and engineer. He is the founder, CEO, CTO and chief designer of SpaceX; early investor, CEO and product architect of Tesla, Inc.; founder of The Boring Company; co-founder of Neuralink; and co-founder and initial co-chairman of OpenAI.

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Let’s see some of the facts about:

1. He could buy 2506 private islands in the Bahamas.

The most expensive private islands there are around $75 million.

Source: Private Islands

2. He could purchase Buckingham Palace 38 times over, including all the artworks, antique furniture, luxury amenities, and so on.

Source: Times of India

3. He could buy 470 Airbus 747s. 

Source: Wikipedia

4. He could finance over 31 Mars missions, which are estimated to cost $6 billion.

Source: NASA

5. He could buy the White House 470 times over.

Source: Washingtonian

6. His wealth is $20 billion higher than the GDP of Algeria ($168 billion).

Source: BBC

7. He could buy 10,500 Bugatti La Voiture Noire cars, which retail for over $18 million a pop.

Source: Lifestyleasia

8. He could buy 39 History Supreme yachts, which cost $4.8 billion each. 

The history Supreme is the world’s most expensive and largest superyacht. At 100 feet in length, History Supreme took three years to build, using 10,000 kgs of solid gold and platinum.

Source: The Sun

9. He could buy Ambani’s Antilia house 94 times over.

Source: Business Today

10. He could buy the Salvator Mundi painting by Leonardo da Vinci 417 times over. This is the world’s most expensive painting at $450 million.

Source: Artnet


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