COMPLETE with several super-cars, this is the jaw-dropping garage of a 24-year-old millionaire.
Entrepreneurial Dominik Gossweiler has stunned fans with footage of his envious collection of cars.
From a Lamborghini, to a Rolls Royce, a Mclaren, and several Porsches, the young millionaire seems to have it all.
Here we take a look at some of the fancy whips that feature on Gossweiler’s social media.
World-renowned for luxury, elegance and style, it’s hard to top the traditional Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
The smooth twin-turbo V-12 glides along noiselessly, sending its passengers into a deep state of relaxation – even when reaching its top speeds of over 100mph.
The padded leather seats are fit for a king, and certainly only royalty can afford to drive one of these impressive beasts.
Starting at the eye-watering £300,000, the Cullinan is an extravagant masterpiece that many can only dream of owning.
Save for Gossweiler.
In one of the 24-year-old’s TikTok videos, the sleek design of the iconic brand’s classic SUV features prominently.
The snippet of the vehicle is immediately followed by flashy diamond watches, bespoke suit tailoring, and high-flying dinners, but all of these pale in comparison to the Cullinan’s pricetag.
Ferrari 812 Superfast
As if the regal luxury awarded to him by the Cullinan wasn’t enough, Gossweiler’s social media also boasts a Ferrari 812 Superfast.
Featuring an-all leather interior, carbon-ceramic brake rotors, and 20-inch wheels, the sleek design of this Ferrari is to die for.
And that’s not to mention its impressive speed capabilities.
Powered by a 789 horsepower 6.5 litre V-12, this Ferrari can sprint from 0 to 60mph in just 2.8 seconds.
Which might explain the pricetag – coming in at an average of £293,150.
The 710 horsepower, twin-turbo V-8 has served this car well.
It might be half the pricetag of the Ferrari 812, but it’s no less of an impressive piece of machinvery.
This beast accelerates from 0 to 60mph in a mere 2.7 seconds, split seconds faster than Gossweiler’s Ferrari.
And costing £154,000, for your standard, run of the mill version of the supercar, it’s certainly not a car for everyone.
Yet, its splattered all over Gossweiler’s TikTok account.
Photos of the popular motor feature heavily on the entrepreneur’s social media, with hundreds of fans commenting their envy below.
And it’s not difficult to imagine why.
Just recently, the industry giant renewed the model for a third generation which came with upgrades like a digital dashboard, fully interactive touchscreen, and all-wheel drive.
The petrol-powered models run on 348 horsepower turbocharged V6s and can hit 60mph from a standing start in just 4.7 seconds.
One of Gossweiler’s cheaper cars, the entry-level model is estimated to set a buyer back by £79,500, while the hybrid variant starts at £141,400.
Coming in as the “cheapest” car in his collection, however, is the £70,400 Porsche Cayenne.
It might sound like pennies compared to the rest of the millionaire’s expansive list, but the car retains impressive qualities.
This is a car which will do 0-60 in just over five seconds — which is exceptionally fast considering it weighs more than two tons.
The Cayenne is also rumoured to be as quiet as a mouse, even at its highest speeds.
Featuring an all-leather interior, a high-spec entertainment system, and an impressive control centre, Porsche has hardly skimped on any luxuries.
And neither has Gossweiler.
Although it is unclear whether Gossweiler actually owns any of the cars that appear on his social media, his lavish lifestyle features heavily.
Alongside clips of all of the fancy cars at his disposal, the young millionaire boasts an all-designer getup, plenty of jewelry, as well as a private plane, and millions to spare.
But, in a recent interview, the entrepreneur claims that “money hasn’t changed him”.
“I am not affected by my money at all,” Gossweiler claimed.
“The luxury is very nice but I am just a regular guy and being rich hasn’t changed anything.
“I’m not materialistic in the slightest.
“I still love to eat normally and do all the usual stuff – I just have more zeros in my bank account. If it all went it wouldn’t affect me that much.
“I just love the entrepreneurial game and when you have the chance to leave a legacy, then why not take it.”
The young millionaire made his riches through multiple e-commerce ventures, before setting up his company, 3CC Group AG.
Now, he teaches others how they can follow in his footsteps.