Lewis Hamilton and his new Porsche
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Lewis Hamilton takes his new Porsche 911 Turbo S for a spin
He's a three-time Formula 1 world champion with a jaw-dropping collection of high-end cars.
And Lewis Hamilton, 31, added another to his growing fleet on Saturday when he became the proud owner of a silver Porsche 911 Turbo S.
The racer took his new ride, which retails in New Zealand from $418,000, for a spin to Sugar Fish in Beverly Hills where he met a pal for lunch.
Earlier in the day he teased fans on Snapchat by posting 'I got a new car', without revealing what the model was.
But all was soon revealed, with the jet-setting superstar proudly pointing it out as he arrived at the eatery.
Fashionista Lewis put on a cool display in a striped longline t-shirt, torn light blue jeans and eye-catching kicks.
There was plenty of bling on display, with the Englishman rocking a plunging gold chain, gold bracelet and gold watch as well as his favoured diamond earrings.
He finished his look with a flat peak cap and circular mirrored shades.
Lewis's new car can reach a top speed of 205 mph and is capable of doing 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds.
A 1967 427 Cobra
It is the latest addition to a collection which includes a LaFerrari, Pagani Zonda 760RS, SLS Blackseries, Shelby GT500 and 1967 427 Cobra.
The world champion has had a busy week testing Mercedes' 2016/2017 car in at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona.
Lewis completed 342 laps over the week - which equates to more than five race distances - and is already the favourite to retain his crown.
Lewis Hamilton during Formula One preseason testing in Spain last week. Picture/AP.
'It's been an incredible week of testing for us because we've done more mileage than we ever had before,' said Hamilton.
'Before we came here, the team were talking about doing 800km (497 miles) a day and I was thinking they are crazy. I've never done that in the past.
'Usually you have breakdowns with the car. Not just for us, but for lots of people, there's been no red flags. There's a lot more reliability which I guess you would expect with the third year of this type of power unit.'