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Cristiano Ronaldo reveals luxe Ferrari added to $21m car collection

It's worth a lot of cash, too.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo’s car collection is impressive
  • Among other things, he owns a one-of-10 Bugatti Centodieci
  • The latest purchase is quite special for one specific reason

Published on Jan 19, 2024 at 2:57PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 22, 2024 at 7:35PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray
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Well on his way to a 10-figure net worth, Cristiano Ronaldo buys luxury vehicles like most people buy cups of coffee.

His latest purchase is a Ferrari.

And it’s no ordinary Ferrari, either.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s car collection is pretty rad.

In addition to the usual array of supercars and luxury SUVs, he’s one of 10 lucky Bugatti Centodieci owners.

At one point, Ronaldo was even rumored to have purchased the only Bugatti La Voiture Noire in existence, but no evidence has ever emerged.

Even so, his car collection is worth north of $20 million.

The Centodieci alone is worth over $9 million.

With that mind, his latest acquisition almost looks normal, by his standards at least.

It’s the new Ferrari Purosangue – the brand’s first SUV.

Finished in deep blue with tan leather interior, Ronaldo posed next to it for an Instagram post where, and we’re sure it was just a coincidence, he was wearing a matching Gucci tracksuit.

Interestingly, this is also similar to the one he was wearing during that weird viral video with Conor McGregor.

The Purosangue starts at around $400,000.

Cristiano Ronaldo earns more than that every day.

And that’s just with his salary i.e., not including endorsement deals, commercial partnerships and so on.

The Purosangue is a big deal because it’s the first Ferrari SUV.

And because Ferrari took a long time to join the SUV bandwagon.

Porsche more or less started the trend with the Cayenne over two decades ago, and since then, everybody else joined the party.

Bentley has the Bentayga, Rolls-Royce has the Cullinan, Aston Martin makes the DBX, and then of course there’s the Lamborghini Urus.

Ferrari took its sweet time to unveil an SUV, but it paid off considering the Purosangue is sold out until 2026.

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