Ronaldo, who has 5 Balon D'or awards to his name, bought the car which is just 10 in number worldwide for himself as a gift.
Worth around 8.5 million euros, it has a carbon-fibre shell that’s sculpted by hand, a quad-turbo W16 8.10L engine that produces 1500 horsepower, and an acceleration of 0-100kph (0-60mph) in 2.4 seconds.
Its top speed is 420 kph (260 mph), and its overall performance is precision-engineered by an auto house famous for producing the most powerful cars in the world for decades on end.
The serial winner who has won titles every club he’s played reportedly has a fleet of expensive cars worth an estimated 30 million euros with the cheapest being the Mercedes-Benz C220 CDI. He also has a one-time most expensive car in the world, the Bugatti Veyron.
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