15 Most Insane Cristiano Ronaldo’s Car Collection
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most recognizable Sports figures today and even at 36, he continues to dazzle the soccer world with his otherworldly football skills. His ‘CR7’ trademark has spurned off business franchises that nets the soccer star several millions per year.
This is in addition to his bumper salary package with his current club. In 2019, Forbes estimated his total earnings at $109 million. This is in addition to over $600 million he has earned over the span of his career. That cash bucket means he can afford any automobile and he does have quite a few choice rides in his collection as you will discover below
Cristiano Ronaldo has emerged as a face of the Bugatti brand. He once featured in a Nike Ad where he raced a Veyron. His collection also includes the Bugatti Chiron and Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. In recent times, there have been several reports stating that he is one of the 10 lucky future owners of the Centodieci. This is a limited-edition masterpiece created to pay homage to the iconic Bugatti EB110 and was first introduced to the public in 2019.
Maserati’s first ever four-seater convertible may not have the most appealing of designs but it is arguably one of the best sounding V8 engine sports cars. The car is no slouch either; with that Ferrari-derived V8 powerplant capable of over 400hp. It is easy to see why Ronaldo would enjoy the occasional cruise in one – with the top down.
Rolls Royce Cullinan
The Cullinan is arguably the most luxurious SUV on the planet today and we are not surprised that the Juventus superstar decided to add it to his growing collection. The car comes loaded with a host of features including a 4-way climate control, 18-speaker audio system and sumptuous upholstery fit for royalty. Then there’s that massive 6.75-litre V12 under the hood to provide all the power he needs for the road.
Chevrolet Camaro SS
The Camaro SS costs less than $50,000 and has to be one of the cheapest cars owned by Ronaldo. Driving the car with the roof down does have a certain appeal and, in this image, the soccer star sure looked pretty relaxed as he shared an afternoon drive with his mother and one of his kids.
The first Bugatti to arrive in the collection was this black Grand Sport Vitesse with contrasting orange interior. He purchased the car in 2016, fresh off his Champions League victory with Real Madrid. With a top speed in excess of 254mph, the car once held the official record as the fastest open-top production car in the world.
In 2012, Ronaldo celebrated his 27th birthday with some style when he dug into his weekly wages and bought himself this Lamborghini Aventador. The blacked-out paint scheme adds an element of aggressiveness to the naturally aspirated V12 supercar that is capable of putting down almost 700hp. There are reports that he owns another Aventador and the soccer player has shared pictures of a white one on his Instagram account.
Ferrari F12 TDF
Ronaldo is a Ferrari fan and currently has a few parked up in his garage. The most impressive has to be this limited-edition Ferrari F12 TDF. Only 799 units of the V12 supercar were produced; the car can hit a top speed in excess of 210mph and needs less than 3 seconds to get to 60mph. The football ace sure has a thing for fast wheels
The McLaren Senna is the ultimate track car that’s still legal enough for public roads. Only 500 units of the 789hp Senna were built and Ronaldo is one of the famous owners. His spec is finished in a combination of silver and polished carbon with red accents. He picked up the car in 2019 and has been pictured a few times cruising the car in Lisbon, Portugal.
Currently, the most expensive member of the collection, the Chiron is an ultra-exclusive hypercar that cost Ronaldo well over $2million to acquire. He showed off the machine in September, 2017, just after he made his 400th appearance for Real Madrid, a game in which he scored a brace. He decided on a two-tone silver and black finish with his trademark ‘CR7’ logo embossed on the headrests and painted on the side of the car.
Ferrari 599 GTO
In 2010, Ferrari debuted the 599 GTO and described it as the ‘most extreme sports car’ it had ever produced at the time. The car was based on the 599 GTB but included more power and aerodynamic elements that literally doubled the high-speed downforce of the GTO, compared to the GTB model. Only 599 units of this car were built making it a very special part of Ronaldo’s collection.
Mercedes Benz S65 AMG Coupe
Cristiano Ronaldo is very careful about projecting an image of power and control whether he is on or off the field and this hulking beast fits right into that profile. The coupe packs the trademark S-Class luxury in a two-seater body and dishes out top-notch performance from its 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine.
Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead
The Phantom Drophead remains one of the most expensive production cars. In 2008, shortly after he stated his intention to remain at Manchester United, Ronaldo splashed over $500,000 to acquire the stately automobile. It was a car fit for the football legend he was fast becoming at the time – and we think it also served his ego well.
Porsche 911 Turbo S
The 911 Turbo S is powered by a turbocharged powerplant that propels the car to a top speed in excess of 200mph while 0 – 60mph is achieved in under 3 seconds. Ronaldo snagged this up in 2016 soon after he was snubbed for what would have become his fifth Ballon d’Or Award – to us gearheads, that might just have been the perfect compensation.
Mercedes Benz GLE63s AMG
This is one of the more ‘regular’ cars owned by the Juventus point man. The top-of-the-line AMG is a 577hp monster with prices that start at about $110,000, less than what Ronaldo makes in a week. He is one of the highest paid soccer stars – and has been for several years so this purchase barely scratched the surface. He can afford to buy an entire fleet if he wanted, a different colour for each day of the week.
One of the perks of being a Real Madrid player is that you get a new Audi car every year. In 2017 – while Ronaldo was still at Real Madrid – he opted for one of the most powerful models on offer, the RS7. The car, finished in Panther Black, is a proper performance hatchback with a twin-turbo 4.0liter V8 engine capable of producing almost 600hp.