And the most desirable of the registrations is his beloved 'F1', which currently sits on the front of his Bugatti Veyron supercar.
Afzal Khan broke a British record when he bought the F1 number plate seven years ago.
The designer originally bought the 109 year old license plate from Essex County Council in 2008 for £440,000 where it was used by then chairman Gerard McEwen on a Volvo S80.
The decision to splash the cash on the registration has proven to be a savvy investment with the plate’s value increasing significantly.
Mr. Khan has reportedly turned down a number of multi-million pound offers for the number plate, prompting calls that the county council could have received more for the plate.
A council spokesman at the time said: "We got the best price for it at the time we sold it and it still remains the highest ever value for a number plate in the UK."
Kahn's refusal to sell the plate means that only a world record bid could tempt the principal businessman into parting with his prized possession currently affixed to this Bugatti Veyron, in turn, significantly boosting the DVLA’s coffers.