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Swift's work often features cars as an essential motif. From romantic love-lorn scenes in a pickup truck to her hometown's expansive landscape in "Blank Space", cars have always provided an important backdrop for her songs since her beginnings as an artist. Now that Taylor is a multi-millionaire, she has moved beyond driving pickup trucks into luxuriant vehicles such as a Toyota Sequoia and Mercedes-Benz SUVs. Pink Pickup Truck Taylor Swift recently donated the truck, which has sentiments from her on its sides, as part of a fundraiser aiming at raising $1 Million for Victory Junction Camp, in Randleman serving children with serious illnesses. It has become an instant hit both locally and tourist-wise; Swift even donated it herself! Singer Gwen Stefani's affinity for practical solace vehicles is evident by her ownership of multiple such models, in addition to her pink Chevy. She can often be seen driving a Mercedes-Benz Viano that doubles as both touring vehicle and cargo van; additionally, she owns a Toyota Sequoia in which she's been seen transporting her groceries. Swift also owns a 2009 Porsche 911 Super, an eye-catching high-performance sports car known for its "directing flawlessness and craftsmanship overflowing each corner," according to Vehicle and Driver. She is well known for her affinity toward automobiles in her songs - many are filled with references. "Tim McGraw," her debut single, details falling in love with someone who drives a Cadillac and was a top 10 hit across three continents - United States, South Africa and Australia respectively. Additionally it was used as the theme song for Corey Haim/Corey Feldman's teen comedy License to Drive. More recently, Taylor has written songs about cars and trucks; some relate to her own vehicles while others describe vehicles she has rented or borrowed for various occasions. "Getaway Car," from her Reputation album, captures the frustration experienced when one wants to flee from an unhealthy relationship by jumping in someone else's car and speeding away. This song blends Eighties rock with Midwestern emo guitar for an outstanding soundscape. Taylor Swift covers Steppenwolf's 1968 rock tune "Born to Be Wild." This dramatic yet catchy guitar riff has made this tune an ever-lasting favorite among music lovers for generations. Mercedes-Benz Viano The Mercedes-Benz Viano is an impressive MPV. Equipped with luxurious family seating for eight, and packed with state-of-the-art safety features, it is an excellent choice for road trips or day trips as well as business travelers. As soon as pictures of the Viano hit desks of motoring journalists across the nation, jaws dropped in disbelief. A company like Mercedes with its modern production facilities and proven record of innovative design ought to produce something of greater beauty than some van bearing resemblance to an apartment block. It was clear that the new Viano had to be an impressive upgrade over its predecessor, Vito. To that end, its front design was updated to better match contemporary passenger cars while remaining distinctive through features like three silver-painted slats with chrome trims and unique headlamps designed specifically for Vianos. Internally, the cabin was transformed to increase space and comfort while offering luxury features not available in previous models. Furthermore, this Viano boasted improved ergonomics as well as better rear seat access; additionally it featured a more powerful engine and five-speed automatic transmission for even greater performance. Performance wise, the Viano was an efficient and comfortable car to drive. Acceleration from zero to 62 miles per hour took just eight seconds while its top speed reached 125 miles per hour. Furthermore, its excellent fuel economy made this an economical vehicle with great braking performance. The Mercedes-Benz Viano features an interior that is beautifully designed and finished, featuring high quality leather and wood materials. Its spacious layout includes many storage areas; plush seats are both well padded and comfortable - the rear seats can even be split in two for additional space saving purposes! This Mercedes-Benz Viano serves as an outstanding example of how high-quality used automobiles can be found at auctions in Japan. Japanese inspection and maintenance protocols ensure that vehicles purchased at auction have been well taken care of, guaranteeing top condition vehicles at auctions. Toyota Sequoia The Sequoia is a full-size SUV designed to compete with vehicles like Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Suburban, offering up to eight people seating across three rows in its spacious cabin. It also comes equipped with plenty of features and driver assist technologies designed to help stay safe on Seguin, TX roads. In 2007 saw the Toyota Sequoia's second generation debut, designed specifically to meet drivers' demands for an expansive full-size SUV with plenty of capabilities. The new Sequoia had an upgraded cabin which could seat eight people comfortably; an available third row seat could also be added; plus it featured a powerful V8 engine boasting impressive towing and fuel economy ratings. Toyota made a few minor updates to the Sequoia for 2008 model year. They introduced a new exterior color, Timberland Mica, as well as an optional Sport Package which featured unique grille design, fog lamps, tubular running boards, front skid plates and 16-inch alloy wheels. Furthermore, Toyota also reduced base model prices, giving buyers greater value for their money. Contrary to what had previously happened with other Toyota SUVs, the Sequoia did not undergo any major redesign for its next model year; instead it received some upgrades designed to keep it competitive against other full-size SUVs. One major upgrade included more sophisticated rear suspension with multi-link design similar to Tundra; another was an increase in horsepower to 381 and torque at 401. The Sequoia remains an ideal vehicle for drivers seeking challenging tasks and off-road adventures, thanks to its powerful engine, stylish modern exterior design, and attractive powertrain. Available trim levels range from the entry-level SR5 all the way through platinum-trimmed Capstone; all include standard driver assistance features such as backup cameras, blind spot monitoring and lane departure warnings as standard features; you can even add panoramic sunroofs or 14 speaker JBL audio systems for additional upgrades. Audi R8 Taylor Swift has amassed an impressive car collection. From pink pickup trucks and Ferrari 458 Italias, to her Audi R8, Swift knows how to select her rides carefully. But which car stands out most? Let's find out by taking a closer look. Audi introduced its inaugural Audi R8 in 2008. It's powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine producing 570 horsepower, and can accelerate from 0-60 in less than 3 seconds. Not only is the R8 powerful and stylish; celebrity drivers have taken an interest in it too! R8's popularity skyrocketed after being featured in several films. For instance, Tony Stark used a Floret Silver R8 as his vehicle of choice in Iron Man 2008. Additionally, other movies such as Spectre and Suicide Squad also featured it prominently. Since introducing the R8, Audi has made some modifications to it. In 2009, for instance, they introduced the R8 LMS for GT3 racing regulations, featuring an aggressive design and upgraded 5.2-liter V10 that can produce up to 570 horsepower. Audi R8 GTS, featuring its more powerful V10 engine that produces 560 horsepower and can accelerate from zero to 60 in just 3.0 seconds, is currently the fastest R8 ever created - and therefore no surprise that Taylor Swift decided to add this luxury sports car to her collection. Taylor Swift has also been seen driving around in a Range Rover SV Autobiography, the top-of-the-line version of this luxurious vehicle, complete with all its bells and whistles. Additionally, its unique body style sets it apart from other Range Rover models; plus its powerful 5.0 liter V8 engine can produce up to 550 horsepower - making it a formidable opponent among Taylor's collection of sports cars.