Despite Being a Millionaire, 4x Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler Can’t Drive His Favorite Car

 Everyone knows the name Jay Cutler - he's the 4x Mr. Olympia champion who has become an icon in the bodybuilding world. He's been inspiring and motivating people for decades, and now you can learn more about his favorite car story in this blog post! 

For a bodybuilder, their muscles and physique are their identities. They work hard to develop muscle definition to show off. However, the process of working out also requires them to put on a lot of weight. Many iconic bodybuilders like Ronnie Coleman and Jay Cutler weigh more than 300 lbs. 

4x Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler once revealed how his former profession as a bodybuilder now hinders some of his dreams. The icon is quite fond of driving classy and elegant cars, but his build and form may have gotten between him and his dream car.

Jay Cutler reveals his broken dream car

The well-known bodybuilder has had many cars during his life. His first car was a 1981 Toyota Corolla that he got at 14. Later, he got other lovely car models, like a Mazda RX7, a Corvette, and a Porsche Turbo 911. Clearly, Cutler likes cars and knows what style is. However, the bodybuilder confessed that he has a problem with many cars--he doesn't fit in them.

Jay Cutler, a bodybuilder who weighs over 300 lbs, wouldn’t fit in his dream car. In an interview, he once revealed that his weight doesn’t allow him to fit in smaller cars. His dream car was a Porsche Carrera GT; however, it was too small for him. He explained, “I can’t fit in it. I’m limited in what I can drive. That’s the problem with being a bodybuilder that weighs 300 pounds.”

Therefore, the legend started driving bigger vehicles that had more space. He stated that he drove an S-Class Mercedes and two BMW trucks. Being a millionaire and automobile enthusiast, the bodybuilder would frequently display his cars. He also owned Harley-Davidson motorcycles that he would drive on occasion. However, no car could compare to his love for Porsche.

The icon was a huge fan of German cars and believed that nothing could compare. He loved practical models because he often had to travel with many people. Although he had limited options, the Rolls Royce Phantom was next on his list.

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