He is a noted car enthusiast with a massive collection of classic and exotic vehicles.
But Sylvester Stallone chose to part with one of his more luxurious cars when he put his 20 inch stretched Cadillac Escalade up for sale for $350,000, or the best offer.
The 74-year-old actor and director is selling the customized vehicle through Becker Automotive Design, which customized the Escalade originally for a whopping $409,000.
A short statement from Stallone on why he was parting with the gorgeous SUV was included with the listing.
‘I ordered my Becker ESV for a specific purpose, however, my requirement for it has recently changed and I no longer have a need for this beautiful vehicle,’ he said.
‘The on-board electronics and ride quality are second to none. I hope the new owner gets years of fulfilling use from this sensationally appointed Becker Cadillac ESV.’
Stallone’s massive vehicle features an unbeatable entertainment system including a 43in Ultra HD LCD smart TV, which covers the partition between the driver and the passengers.
The audio features an enveloping custom-tuned 7.1 surround sound system, and rear-facing passengers can still watch one of Sly’s films on a smaller 12in screen.
The three-seat rear-facing bench includes three-point seatbelts for added safety.
Passengers will also be connected thanks to a military-grade wireless internet router connected to do different carriers’ sim cards for the optimal connection at any time.
The seating is just as luxurious as the electronics, and the chairs have built-in massagers with thermoelectric cooling and heating for individual temperature control.
All the seats in the closed-off cabin look comfortable, but the two rear bucket seats feature electric leg rests, and the windows have sliding electric blackout curtains for extra privacy.
Passengers can easily dine on fold-out wood veneer folding tables, and side consoles features plenty of storage space, which Stallone used for decanters.
According to TMZ, the original Escalade cost $89,500, but the modifications added $136,330.