Like we are interested in what everyones go-to Greggs order is and everyone's stance on teeth-brushing in the shower (A GREAT HACK FOR WHEN YOU'RE LATE) we are also rather obsessed with what whip the celeb types are currently driving. We have seen 832033 snapchats of the things, we are emotionally invested, okay.
But how well have you been watching and how well do you really know Kylizzle Jenner after watching her daily videos since 2013?
Who knows, but have a go at this quiz! It's like going to the cinema but without nearly choking on a rogue popcorn kernel.
Corr, we know money doesn't make you any happier, but we definitely would rather blub in one of these cars as opposed to the number 59 bus.
Each car explained - your cheat sheet
1. Nissan Datsun Roadster
What a rare car - the Datsun Roadster (also known as the Datsun Fairlady, appropriately), was made in Japan in the 1960s. You won’t see many of these on the roads. It was Nissan’s first attempt at a sports car, and wasn’t that quick, and not as nice to drive as an MGB.
2. Rolls-Royce Wraith
This is the fastest Rolls yet, aimed at a younger audience - a bit edgy, lots of attitude, but all the character of a traditional Rolls - no wonder it caught the eye of a Kardashian. It wafts around at speed in luxury, and is the most powerful Rolls-Royce ever. It’s imposing - just like its owner - and you can even get fibre optic lamps in the roof lining that will make you feel like you’re under the stars at night… Read a full review of the Rolls-Royce Wraith
3. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
If you want an exclusive supercar that can escape the paps at 200mph, then the McLaren is the one for you. It races up from 0-62mph in less than 4 seconds - no wonder Justin needs one to leave his gigs without talking to any fans afterwards. However, this McLaren might be all style and no substance - it’s ridiculously expensive (at more than £320,000), isn’t that luxurious, and doesn’t perform that well as a supercar either. Read a full review of the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
4. Bentley Continental GT Coupe
Effortlessly fast, timeless style, and celeb-friendly wipe-clean leather interior. We wouldn’t necessarily suggest buying a pink version, but if you do, follow Paris’s lead and match your outfit to your car for ultimate style. This extravagant car is surprisingly quick, and built for comfort over performance; but it doesn’t have a lot of rear cabin space for your guests (or your Chihuahuas). It’s also expensive to run, but if you can afford to buy it outright (at more than £140,000), you might not worry too much about fuel costs. Read a full review of the Bentley Continental GT Coupe
5. Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe
Now, this isn’t the sort of car you buy if you want to melt into the crowds - this Rolls-Royce is a crowd-puller, one for cruising the streets of London before your latest reality TV show launches. It doesn’t come cheap at more than £300,000 (although you might pick up a used one for about £100,000!), but this massive car will give you a sense of occasion and high-class quality inside and out. You can drive this around in near silence, but you’d better be patient - there’s a huge waiting list. Read a full review of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe