A Rundown Of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 10 Most Awesome Cars

While there’s no way of telling exactly how many cars Cristiano Ronaldo owns and where he has them stored, the ones he has shared pictures of recently make for a mighty impressive garage.

This list, put together by talkSport, kicks things off with the Range Rover Sport SVR, since every footballer needs something a little more practical and spacious from time to time.

The RRS SVR stands tall at no.10, whereas no.9 through one are the Rolls Royce Ghost, the Maserati GranCabrio, S65 AMG Coupe, 911 Turbo S, 599 GTO, MP4-12C, Aventador, a Veyron and the LaFerrari.

As far as what he’s posted on his social media, among his his most recent purchases are the Veyron and the 911 Turbo S which he actually got at the beginning of this year.

The LaFerrari however is more of a rumor that got started a few years back, stating that the Real Madrid star was on the buyers list to receive Ferrari’s current flagship model.

Let us know what you think about some of Ronaldo’s more recent rides.


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