Care For An Ex-Cristiano Ronaldo Bentley Continental GT Speed?

Considered by many as one of the best football/soccer players in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo is also famous for having an impressive vehicle collection, and this Bentley Continental GT Speed was once part of it.

Supplied new to the Portuguese athlete on September 5, 2008, and specified in his own choice of Sapphire Blue exterior over a Magnolia leather upholstery, the car was used by Cristiano Ronaldo for several years, whilst he was playing for Manchester United, and was maintained by official Bentley dealers.

Since the 31-year old striker left the UK and is now playing for Real Madrid, the Bentley Continental GT Speed, which is a right-hand drive model, will hit the auction block at SilverstoneAuctions’ NEC Classic Motor Show Sale 2016, on November 12.

Estimated to return between £50,000 and £60,000 ($61,000-$73,000), the grand tourer is accompanied by all past MoT certificates, which prove that it has 35,000 original miles (56,327 km), along with papers that list Ronaldo as the previous owner. The car is said to be in “outstanding condition throughout”.

Photos Silverstone Auctions


  • TheBelltower

    It’s great how Ronaldo and his boyfriend are parked in a handicapped space in the first picture.

    • BGM

      We must accept – nay, endorse – their lifestyle because they’re just like everyone else. But they’re still special…

      • TheBelltower

        Hey, I can’t blame anyone for wanting to avoid the agony of dating women. But he certainly isn’t entitled to park in a handicapped spot.

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