Portuguese and Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo takes his N2.1 Billion Bugatti Chiron hypercar out for a spin ahead of Portugal Clash Vs Spain.
Purchased in 2017, Ronaldo’s Chiron is one of two Bugattis in his incredibly impressive car collection.
The sighting of the high-performance hypercar turned heads as the 7 figure sports car is one of the rarest and most expensive rides on the road.
Just 500 of the Chiron’s would be made with each having a starting price of £2.15m (N1.3 billion or N2.1 billion, when local taxes and destination charges are added in Nigeria).
But Ronaldo’s Chiron is expected to cost more as the silver-and-black hypercar packs several custom features, including “CR7” side badges – which symbolizes Cristiano and his jersey number.
Still powering Ronaldo’s Chiron is the infamous 8.0-liter W16 engine, producing 1,500 HP. It can get from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in under 2.5 seconds, allowing Ronaldo to excape from the paparazzi’s. It has a topspeed of 420 km/h (260 mph).
Purchased in 2017, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Chiron is one of two Bugattis in his incredibly impressive car collection.
Luxury cars already in his collection includes Lamborghini Aventador, about five Ferraris, including F12, a Rolls-Royce Cullinan and McLaren Senna.
Some of these pricey rides were spotted being ferried away from his mansion in Turin last month amid rumours of a return to former club Sporting Lisbon.