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The careers that REALLY get you a nice car


How did you afford this supercar? The TikTok user goes viral when interviewing luxury car owners – whose answers range from a wealthy husband to working for Chanel

  • TikTok user Daniel Mac asks sports car drivers what they do for a living
  • The simple video format brought Daniel a 1.6 million strong fan base into the app
  • The well-heeled drivers work in the real estate, private equity and medical sectors
  • Others said they were simply "married" and that one had a "rich father-in-law".

One TikTok user went viral with a series of videos asking wealthy drivers what they do for a living.

Daniel Mac, who is believed to be from Texas, has only posted a handful of videos but has 1.6 million followers thanks to his surprisingly simple videos in which he uses "beautiful cars" to reach out to strangers to ask how they feel about theirs Afford lifestyle.

The answers range from high-flying attorneys, doctors, and real estate moguls to people whose spouse is the main breadwinner. One man simply said, "Rich father-in-law."

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Private Equity: This beautiful Bentley Continental GT costs around $ 236,000

Attorney: This Maserati GranTurismo is said to cost around $ 150,000

Attorney: This Maserati GranTurismo is said to cost around $ 150,000

& # 39; Married & # 39 ;: This non-working woman drives a car that costs up to $ 170,000

& # 39; Married & # 39 ;: This non-working woman drives a car that costs up to $ 170,000

On each clip, he shares the names of the vehicles, including a Bentley Continental GT valued at $ 236,000 and a Bugatti Chiron valued at $ 3.2 million, one of only 500 in the world.

Daniel pauses his motifs in various locations, including in front of designer shops and high-end hotels. He speaks to others through the windows of their supercars when they stop at traffic lights.

The short clips have proven extremely popular. One has been viewed more than 14 million times.

While some respondents would like to share their careers – aviation, private equity and "steel" are also mentioned – others avoid the question.

Tech Apps: This gentleman drives a Rolls Royce Ghost that costs around $ 314,000

Tech Apps: This gentleman drives a Rolls Royce Ghost that costs around $ 314,000

Family Allowance: This man openly said he had a "wealthy father-in-law" before he drove away in his Bentley Continental GT S, which was estimated to cost about $ 231,800

Family Allowance: This man openly said he had a "wealthy father-in-law" before he drove away in his Bentley Continental GT S, which was estimated to cost about $ 231,800

Watch dealer: This driver sped away in an Audi R8 with a starting price of $ 169,900

Watch dealer: This driver sped away in an Audi R8 with a starting price of $ 169,900

One woman who climbed out of her car joked that she was a "drug mule" that transported illegal substances across borders. Two other respondents said they were drug dealers.

Hundreds of followers go into the comment section. Many say they have the keys to success.

One woman wrote: "I want to be married when I'm older, when I can afford the car."

Others noted how good-natured the wealthy respondents looked on camera.

Steel Industry: This man kept the details meticulous and revealed that he made his money in the steel industry. He was pictured driving a Rolls Royce Wraith, which starts at just under $ 330,000

Steel Industry: This man kept the details meticulous and revealed that he had made his living in the steel industry. He was pictured driving a Rolls Royce Wraith, which starts at just under $ 330,000

Computer software: This man drives a car that is said to cost approximately $ 227,660

Computer software: This man drives a car that is said to cost approximately $ 227,660

Real Estate: This man gave few details and said real estate was the secret to his success. He drove a Ferrari California. A 2020 version of the car costs $ 409,888

Real Estate: This man revealed some details and said real estate was the secret to his success. He drove a Ferrari California. A 2020 version of the car costs $ 409,888

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