If you’ve been following my page you’d know enough about Cristiano Ronaldo’s Garage. Well he’s here again with a brand new addition to his collection. As we all know, Ronaldo is a man of very expensive tastes. From the flashiest and priciest diamond watches (and diamond jewelry in general), to top-designer clothes and the most eye-catching rides, the football star likes to have everything of the best. A Bugatti Centodieci fits right in.
From what I can gather so far, apparently Ronaldo is one of the 10 lucky people in the world who will get to drive a Centodieci. The supercar, unveiled at last summer’s Pebble Beach, pre-sold even before it was announced and, apparently, Cristiano was one of those lucky few who got to snap one up.
Ronaldo is a known Bugatti fan, already owning a Veyron and Chiron, so adding a Centodieci to the fleet would make sense. His love of supercars make him a natural fit for the purchase, while his celebrity status would probably guarantee him a certain advantage over other interested parties.
Plus, he’s worth an estimated $460 million, so spending at least $9 million on a limited-edition car is like a drop in the bucket. If the acquisition is confirmed, which will happen next year, when deliveries on the Centodieci start, his car collection will be worth an estimated $20 million in total.
Ronaldo once said that he liked to have everything in twos. He never gave a reason for it, but some of his car acquisitions do confirm this preference.
Even without this particularity, his car collection stands out: he owns a customized Bugatti Veyron, a Brabus Mercedes-AMG G 63 he recently got as a birthday gift from his girlfriend, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Rolls-Royce, a Range Rover Sport, a Bentley Continental GT, and a Chevrolet Camaro he uses as a family car. And these are only the rides that the world knows about.
Bugatti would not comment on whether Ronaldo did indeed pre-order a Centodieci since it’s not their policy, but they did stress that he was part of the Bugatti family.
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