Cristiano Ronaldo's £18M supercar collection
Cristiano Ronaldo’s £18M supercar collection: From £750K McLaren Senna to £500K Ferrari 599 GTO… every vehicle in Al Nassr superstar’s fleet including £8.5M Bugatti Centodieci that’s one of only 10 in world
- The 37-year-old says his favourite make is his many Bugattis and admitted he likes to have two of everything
- His vast array of supercars also comprises two Rolls-Royce motors: the Cullinan and the Phantom Drophead
- Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 28, gifted him a third Rolls-Royce – the Dawn model – last year
- Sportsmail looks at Ronaldo’s fleet as he arrives in Saudi Arabia on a sensational £175million-a-year contract
As Cristiano Ronaldo arrives in Saudi Arabia on a sensational £175million-a-year contract, Sportsmail looks at every vehicle in the Al Nassr FC star’s ever-growing £18M supercar collection.
From a £2m Bugatti Chiron, to a £500,000 Ferrari 599 GTO and a McLaren Senna worth £750,000, the 37-year-old is famous for his mega-expensive motors.
His vast array of supercars also comprises two Rolls-Royce motors: the Cullinan worth £300,000 and the Phantom Drophead coupe which costs around £500,000.
Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 28, gifted him a third Rolls-Royce – the Dawn model worth more than £250,000 – last year for his birthday.
His most expensive car is a limited-edition Bugatti Centodieci worth £8.5m – Ronaldo is believed to be one of only 10 people worldwide who owns the supercar.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Mercedes G-Wagon Brabus (pictured) worth £600,000 which was a present to Ronaldo from his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 28, in 2020
Ronaldo’s partner Rodriguez also gifted him a Rolls-Royce Dawn model (pictured) worth more than £250,000
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Ronaldo has a black Bugatti Veron (pictured) which costs £1.7m and reaches a top speed of 254mph
But the jewel in the crown of his astonishing collection is a black and silver Bugatti Chiron (above) which set him back £2.5m and can go an astonishing 261mph
His vast array of supercars include two Rolls-Royce motors: the Cullinan worth £300,000 (right) and the Phantom Drophead coupe (left) which costs around £500,000
The 37-year-old’s most expensive car is a limited-edition Bugatti Centodieci (pictured) worth £8.5m – Ronaldo is believed to be one of only 10 people worldwide who owns the supercar
The Centodieci has reportedly 1600 horsepower and can reach a top speed of 236mph.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner says his favourite make is his vast array of Bugattis and admitted to Piers Morgan in an interview he likes to have two of everything.
EXCLUSIVE: Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s first Saudi home! £175m-a-year star is staying in a lavish suite at Riyadh’s Four Seasons hotel and will rack up a £250,000 bill in a MONTH… with his entourage taking up 17 ROOMS!
Other supercars owned by ‘CR7’ are a Mercedes G-Wagon Brabus worth £600,000, which was a present to Ronaldo from his partner.
He also has a £1.5m Bugatti Veyron, a Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG worth £200,000, a bright orange McLaren MP4-12C (£200,000) and a Lamborghini Aventador (£270,000).
In 2021, Ronaldo bought a Bentley Flying Spur worth £250,000 to use in Manchester, having re-joined United from Juventus in August.
He then purchased a £200,000 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera convertible which boasts a 5.2 litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine and is capable of delivering a stunning 715 bhp.
He also has a Bentley Continental GT, a Lamborghini Urus and a Chevrolet Camaro worth ‘only’ £40,000, which is used for the family.
The five-time Champions League winner bought a Ferrari Monza worth £1.4m, having visited Ferrari HQ in Maranello in May 2021.
Other cars the Saudi Professional League forward has are a silver Ferrari, a Mercedes AMG GLE 63 and a black Mercedes.
Ronaldo joined United from Sporting Lisbon in 2003 at the age of 18.
A year later, he was snapped driving what was then one of the fastest 4x4s on the road – the Porsche Cayenne – which cost him £67,500.
But it wasn’t long before Ronaldo was spotted around Manchester behind the wheel of the more traditionally lavish rides.
His passion for cars nearly caused him a serious injury in 2009 when he crashed and wrecked a Ferrari days before United played Chelsea, but he escaped unhurt.
That car was a Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano worth £200,000 with a top speed of 205mph.
In 2009, Ronaldo joined Madrid for a then world-record transfer fee of £80million.
Ronaldo was treated to a number of Audis due to Real’s sponsorship deal with the company.
Each year, the Madrid squad were given a new car by the manufacturer and Ronaldo was seen with an Audi RS5, an Audi R8 and an Audi S8.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner says his favourite make is his vast array of Bugattis and admitted to Piers Morgan in an interview he likes to have two of everything
Ronaldo also has a Lamborghini Aventador (above) worth around £260,000 which he posted on Instagram in 2016 captioning ‘Bom dia (good morning)’
Last year, Ronaldo bought a Bentley Flying Spur (pictured) worth £250,000 to use in Manchester, having re-joined United from Juventus in August
He then purchased a £200,000 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera convertible (pictured) which boasts a 5.2 litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine and is capable of delivering a stunning 715bhp
In 2017, Ronaldo bought an F12 TDF (tour de France) (pictured) – with a top speed of 211mph, only a total of 799 were made in the world
Ronaldo’s white version (above) of the Ferrari F12 is worth an eye-watering £240,000 and has a top speed of 211mph
Ronaldo drives his sleek new birthday present – a black £150k Cadillac Escalade (pictured) – into Manchester United training
Ronaldo’s silver £170,000 Lamborghini Urus (above), one of a number of luxury motors the Portuguese petrolhead has in his ownership
In 2019, Ronaldo purchased the McLaren Senna (pictured), a model dedicated to the Brazilian F1 driver Ayrton Senna. The cost is £1m with only 500 models were constructed
The striker’s £1.7million 900 horsepower Bugatti Veyron was said to have crashed in the east coast resort of Sa Coma, Majorca, last year
Ronaldo has a Range Rover Sport SVR (pictured), which is worth £100,000 and reaches 176mph
It comes as Ronaldo wasted little time in ensuring he and his family are royally received in their new homeland.
The star striker, whose move to Saudi Arabia last week has made him a super-millionaire, is living in accommodation fit for a king that affords him the best view of the capital in the plushest of surroundings.
The former Manchester United star, who has signed for the largely unheralded Al-Nassr in the Saudi Pro League with a package worth more than £400m, is staying in the Kingdom Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the country.
He has been put up in one of the best suites that Riyadh can offer in one of 17 rooms occupied by his entourage, including his family, friends and security detail.
The self-proclaimed ‘GOAT’ hardly has to lift a finger as his every need is tended to inside the plush suite of the hotel where the best room sizes cover more than 3000ft.
He has been booked into the giant-sized suite for a month and the Kingdom Suite, one of the best in the 99-story building, stretches to two floors.
The Portugal international has also splashed out on a matt McLaren MP4-12C (pictured) at £168,500
He also has a Bentley Continental GT, a Lamborghini Urus and a white Chevrolet Camaro (pictured) worth ‘only’ £40,000, which is used for the family
The five-time Champions League winner bought a Ferrari Monza SP2 (above) worth £1.4m, having visited Ferrari HQ in Maranello in May 2021
Ronaldo’s Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 63S (pictured) costs £105,000 with a top speed of 155mph
On his Instagram, Ronaldo has shared a snap alongside a Mercedes S65 AMG Coupe (above)
Ronaldo owns two of those Mercedes – with one in black and another in white (pictured)
The Chiron (pictured) costs £800,000 more than the Veron and has a faster top speed at 261mph
The cost of the hotel suite is not even listed on the hotel’s website and has to be booked privately, as does the adjacent ‘Royal Suite’. But the smaller ‘Presidential Suite’ can be booked online and the cost for a night is a staggering £3300 a night.
It is estimated that the hotel bill for Ronaldo and his entourage will surpass £250,000 when he checks out and has found a permanent home for his partner Georgina Rodríguez and their five children.
Until then they can enjoy the most spectacular views of the city and tuck into the finest food at their five-star temporary home.
The hotel says of its Kingdom Suite: ‘Entertain guests with unparalleled views of Riyadh. Our newest two-storey suite spans the 48th and 50th floors of the Hotel, with a soaring living room, a private office, a dining room and a media room.’
Its ‘Royal Suite’ offers less space, but at 2,595ft it would still be bigger than most apartments in Britain, where Ronaldo twice lived during his stints with Manchester United.
The hotel says the suite offers panoramic views of Riyadh ‘and its surroundings lend a unique sense of exclusivity to this versatile suite, which features an elegant dining room, pantry, living room and executive study.’
Ronaldo pictured as an 18-year-old in a black BMW X5 worth £42,000 at the time
Ronaldo seen in a £67,500 Porsche Cayenne in Manchester in 2004
Ronaldo’s secondhand Audi S3 that he bought in 2004 while at Manchester United
Two years later, Ronaldo’s ride was a suave BMW M6 at the age of 20 years old
During his time at United, Ronaldo was also seen with a Porsche Carrera S
In 2009, Ronaldo was seen driving a Bentley GT Speed which was worth £140,000
Ronaldo crashed a Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano in 2009 worth £200,000 – he escaped unhurt
Ronaldo has been gifted a number of Audis – including this Audi RS 5 Coupe – while at Real Madrid
Ronaldo pictured posing with his new Audi R8 Coupe at an event in Madrid in 2011
In 2014, Ronaldo collected an Audi S8 worth £82,000 with a top speed of 155mph
To dine the Portuguese star can enjoy ‘the best of dishes from China, Japan, India and the Middle East, with the freshest ingredients to order.’
As an athlete, the 37-year-old player has to be careful how much food he consumes and keep an eye on the fats and calories.
But if he wants to indulge, a full fry up for breakfast or the hotel’s signature dishes which include sea bass, beef cutlets and many of the finest lamb and chicken dishes by top chefs for dinner are available to the footballer, who describes himself as ‘unique’.
Because of his celebrity status, chefs are providing an exclusive in-room dining service for Ronaldo and his family.
Staff have been asked not to request selfies with the star, but he has been accommodating guests and their children and has been seen thanking hotel workers as he enters and leaves.
The finest dining elsewhere in the Saudi capital has also attracted Ronaldo, who on Saturday night visited Japanese restaurant Miyazo which offers ‘contemporary cuisine driven by passion, for an opulent world and a creative lifestyle.’
He was seen wearing a gold and black patterned zip-up jacket and a giant crucifix and posed for selfies at the request of diners as his security guards looked on.
CRISTIANO RONALDO’S SUPERCARS
Bugatti Centodieci, £8.5m
Bugatti Chiron, £2m
Bugatti Veyron, £1.7m
Ferrari Monza, £1.4m
McLaren Senna, £1m
Mercedes G-Wagon Brabus, £600,000
Ferrari 599 GTO, £500,000
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead, £500,000
Ferrari F12 TDF, £350,000
Rolls-Royce Cullinan, £330,000
Lamborghini Aventador, £260,000
Bentley Flying Spur, £250,000
McLaren MP4-12C, £200,000
Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG, £270,000
Bentley Continental GT, £151,000
Mercedes AMG GLE 63, £127,000
Range Rover Sport, £100,000
Chevrolet Camaro, £35,000
TOTAL – £18.2m
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