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Did Ronaldo just add the world’s most-expensive car to his garage for 11 mn euros?

The one-off Bugatti La Voiture Noire is reportedly the most expensive car ever built.

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May 02, 2019, 11.24 AM IST

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ronaldo 1Ronaldo, though, won’t be able to drive the car until 2021 as the company still needs to finalise a few details on the prototype.

ROME: If reports are to be believed,

Cristiano Ronaldo

has laid his hands on the one-off

Bugatti La Voiture Noire

— reportedly the most expensive

car

ever built.

Although Bugatti refused to officially identify the owner, Spanish sports daily Marca reported that the new owner is the Portuguese footballer who plays his club football for Italian Serie A giants Juventus.

There were previous reports that it was owned by Ferdinand Piech, former Chairman of the Volkswagen Group.

Ronaldo buggatiThe one-off Bugatti La Voiture Noire.According to a Daily Mail report, Ronaldo has spent 11 million euro (9.49 million pound) on the Bugatti which was first presented to the world at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.

Ronaldo, though, won’t be able to drive the car until 2021 as the company still needs to finalise a few details on the prototype, according to reports.

The car is a modern interpretation of the mythical and legendary Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic, four of which were built between 1936 and 1938.

Ronaldo has an array of luxury cars which include a Mercedes C Class Sport Coupe, a Rolls-Royce Phantom, a Ujn Ferrari 599 GTO, a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, an Aston Martin DB9, a McLaren MP4 12C and a Bentley Continental GTC Speed.

From Ronaldo To Mozart, When Airlines Honoured Heroes In A Creative Way

Airlines Honour Heroes

27 Aug, 2018

Airlines can get creative when it comes to paying homage to heroes. Here are some famous people who took to the skies, painted on airplanes. In Pic: Mozart (L) and Cristiano Ronaldo (R)(Image: britannica.com, AFP)

Jane Austen – Norwegian Airlines

27 Aug, 2018

Mozart – Austrian Airlines

27 Aug, 2018

To mark their centenary year, Austrian airlines adorned most of their planes with their country’s famous citizens. While musical genius Mozart took the place of pride on the air-craft’s tail fin, the rest of the body was covered with illustrations of other stalwarts like composer Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss and Herbert von Karajan. Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Maria Theresa were also represented, as were Sigmund Freud and Konrad Lorenz, the Nobel Prize-winning behavioural scientist.(Image: biography.com)

​Cristiano Ronaldo – Emirates

27 Aug, 2018

The Dubai carrier emblazoned its A380 aircraft with images of Cristiano Ronaldo and his former Real Madrid teammates Gareth Bale, Sergio Ramos, James Rodrigue , Karim Benzema and Marcelo. The aircraft travelled to Hong Kong, Amsterdam and Frankfurt, with Madrid fans on board. In July, the airline produced a similarly decorated plane for Premier League side Arsenal for their preseason summer tour to Singapore — this time using a Boeing 777-200LR. (Image: www.emirates.com)

​Freddie Mercury Norwegian Airlines

27 Aug, 2018

The Bohemian Rhapsody singer found a place among other British icons like Roald Dahl and Bobby Moore on Norwegian Airlines’ tail fin ahead of what would have been his 71st birth-day. Commenting on Mercury’s inclusion in Norwegian Airlines series of ‘Tail fin heroes’, the company’s chief commercial officer, Thomas Ramdahl said, “Freddie Mercury inspired generations of music fans around the globe and it is a huge honour to have one of the greatest singers of all time adorn our aircraft.”(Image: norwegian.com)

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