It comes as Everton get set to submit an ambitious January offer for the striker, as revealed by Mirror Sport earlier this month.
The Toffees are plotting a £60million swoop in a bid to fill the void which was left by Romelu Lukaku, when he left for Manchester United in the summer.
Aubameyang's car, which is complete with a metallic paint finish and his own personalised logo on the bonnet, is now on the market, putting potential suitors on red alert.
The Gabon international, 28, showed off the car on his Instagram page back in September after sharing an image of himself sat on the roof of the car.
Aubameyang is a huge fan of his cars and has owned a wealth of luxury vehicles over the course of his time with Dortmund.
Among others, he has also owned Ferraris, Aston Martins and a Porsches.
He also enjoys a glaring paint job, having previously had some of his cars foiled in gold.
On the pitch, Aubameyang has been enjoying the same success which has made him one of Europe's most sought-after strikers over recent years.
He has 12 goals in his 14 Bundesliga appearances and has netted a further eight in domestic and European cup competitions.
Aubameyang did want to leave Dortmund in the summer but suitors were put off by the £62million price tag that was on his head.
Mirror Sport revealed last month that Aubameyang is not expected to be allowed to leave the club this winter - despite Everton's interest - after officials backed him over former manager Peter Bosz when the pair fell out.
Bosz was sacked with Dortmund in fourth place in the league and has been replaced by former Cologne boss Peter Stoger until the end of the season.
Chelsea also remain interested in Aubameyang's signature.