Inside Luka Doncic’s luxurious lifestyle, including $200,000 ‘apocalypse-proof’ jeep and lavish $2.7m Dallas home

Dallas Mavericks point guard Luka Doncic lives a high life as one of the NBA’s brightest stars.

The 23-year-old has a massive $207 million contract with the Mavericks and is a three-time NBA All-Star.


Luka Doncic lives in a sophisticated $2.7 million house in DallasCredit: Google Maps
And he drives a $200,000 'apocalypse-proof' custom Jeep


And he drives a $200,000 ‘apocalypse-proof’ custom JeepCredit: Twitter/MarkJonesESPN

Raised in Slovenia and worked in Europe, he now lives a luxurious life in America.

Doncic idolized LeBron James as a child and moved to Spain early in his career to play for football club Real Madrid.

He now plays against some of the NBA’s greats and lives a life of luxury on the court that matches his.

Doncic lives in a stunning 5,225-square-foot Dallas mansion worth $2.7 million.

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A sophisticated 4 bedroom home with 4.5 bathrooms, a modern fireplace and an outdoor pool.

The smart property also has a four-car garage for Doncic to store his vehicles.

And this week, one of those rides caused a stir on social media.

Doncic was seen arriving at an NBA game in an “apocalypse-proof” Jeep worth $200,000.

Doncic drove a six-wheeled Apocalypse Hellfire, a heavily modified Jeep Gladiator by Apocalypse Manufacturing.

The company turns the Gladiator into a three-axle, 6,250-pound beast on giant 40-inch wheels and features an eight-foot-long rear bed with a custom roll cage.

Its 6.2-liter V8 engine puts out 500 horsepower, and versions with supercharged Hellcat units can pump up to over 700 horsepower.

The Hellfire also has a three-part Kevlar protective coating, a 1/4-inch-thick steel front bumper, and a 9,500-pound winch to make it “apocalypse-proof,” Carscoops joked. I’m here.

It’s no surprise that some NBA fans found Doncic’s car “overkill.”

One person tweeted: “It seems to have a carbon footprint!!”

Another said, “It feels excessive, even in Texas.”

Third writes: “Pull up in tank just to carry a bigger L to the back.”

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And the fourth post is “Will he go to war after the game?”

The Hellfire was a far cry from the car Doncic got for his 18th birthday, a small 1980s Serbian model that was based on a Fiat and stretched only to the waist.

Doncic caused controversy when he arrived at an NBA game with The Beast


Doncic caused controversy when he arrived at an NBA game with The BeastCredit: Twitter/CassidyHubbarth
The Slovenian-born star is one of the league's big names, with a $207 million contract.


The Slovenian-born star is one of the league’s big names, with a $207 million contract.Credit: Getty Images – Getty

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