Jorge Mario Bergoglio who is popularly known by his papal name Pope Francis is the head of all Catholic Churches in the world today and is also the sole sovereign monarch (as in ruler, like the president) of the Vatican City State.
Pope Francis is one of the most popular and influencial religious and public figures in the world today. The Pope who consistently carries out the major ceremonial and spiritual activities of the Catholics is loved by many people around the world. And this is seen in the way people show their love and respect for the religious leader.
In this post, we'll be taking a look at 3 exotic vehicles that have been gifted to Pope Francis. Without further ado, let's get started.
1. He was gifted a 225 thousand dollars worth Lamborghini Huracan:
Pope Francis later sold and donated the money for his Lambo to charity foundation Pontifical Foundation “Aiuto alla Chiesa che Soffre”.
2. He was gifted an electric car as part of his efforts to create a carbon-free Vatican:
3. He has also been gifted a Toyota Marai:
The vehicle gives off no tail-pipe emission and has a safety cage equipment to protect him in public.
What do you think about these three gifts given to Pope Francis?
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