For several months there was a rumor that Cristiano Ronaldo had acquired a Bugatti Centodieci, of which there are only 10 units in the world, but there was nothing confirmed because no one had seen the car in question. It must be taken into account that the delivery time of each car is 3 years and it was in 2019 when CR7 commissioned it, so it is just premiering this work of art of automotive engineering that has cost 8.5 million dollars.
The Portuguese striker who is in Qatar playing the World Cup, decided to console himself for the termination of his contract with Manchester United and took his new toy for a walk just a few days ago in Lisbon, although it seems that Ronaldo’s Bugatti will roll through the streets of Riyadh. The Portuguese star is thinking to finish his career in Saudi Arabia since he has been offered irresistible proposals to play there.
The Bugatti Centodieci, of which there are only 10 units in the world, do not have any numbering but they do recognize their manufacturing order by the chassis number. Can you imagine which unit Ronaldo has been awarded?… Of course, number 7. All the units have been produced and assembled by hand in the Bugatti atelier in Molsheim. Before being handed over to their owners, they must pass a final inspection to detect any possible imperfection, however small.
The engine is Bugatti’s 8.0-liter W16, which yields 1,600 horsepower and heart-stopping performance: 2.4 seconds for 0-100 km/h, 6.1 for 0-200, 13.1 for 0-300 and a top speed electronically limited to 380 km/h (although it could easily exceed 400 km/h).
This is not Cristiano’s only Bugatti, but it is the most expensive; he also owns a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse (July 2016) and a Bugatti Chiron (Sep 2017). But in addition to the Bugatti, he has an impressive collection of cars: three Ferraris, two Lamborghinis, two McLarens, two Rolls-Royces, two Bentleys, a Cadillac Escalade, a Porsche 911 Turbo S, a Koenigsegg CCX, a Brabus 800, a Range Rover Sport SVR and even a Chevrolet Camaro, as well as various Audi and Mercedes-AMG models.