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CR's fast car: Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo 'buys world's most expensive car'

CR's fast car: Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo 'buys world's most expensive car'
Juventus and Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is rumored to have splashed out on the most expensive car in the world, a $12.5million Bugatti.

Bugatti's one-off 'La Voiture Noire' prototype model was produced by the French manufacturer for the Geneva Motor Show in March to commemorate Bugatti's 110th anniversary.

And it is believed that Ronaldo has now purchased the car for a cool $12.5million.

Ronaldo is known to be a fan of Bugatti's cars, and back in 2017 shared a video of him driving a Bugatti Chiron, calling it "The new animal in the building."

Ronaldo reportedly already owns a Rolls Royce Phantom, a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, a Mercedes C Class Sport Coupe, an Ujn Ferrari 599 GTO, an Aston Martin DB9, a McLaren MP4 12C and a Bentley Continental GTC Speed.

And if the rumors are true, it seems CR7 has upgraded his collection to include the most-exclusive model ever built.

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The Bugatti has a turbocharged eight-liter, 16-cylinder engine capable of producing speeds of up to 260 miles per hour.

But Ronaldo won't be able to get his hands on his expensive new ride until 2021, as the finishing touches are still being made to the one-of-a-kind car.

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