See Ronaldo speed around in his £8.8 million Bugatti Centodieci, which sends Madrid’s crazy fans into a frenzy.

Fans went crazy when former Real Madrid hero and current Al Nassr star Cristiano Ronaldo was spotted driving his mega-rare £8.8m Bugatti Centodieci through Madrid.


The recent sighting of Al-Nassr star and legendary Portuguese icon Cristiano Ronaldo driving his ultra-rare £8.8 million Bugatti in the Spanish capital caused a frenzy among Madrid fans. The 38-year-old striker recently appeared in two games for his country in UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying games, and he now drives one of the rarest automobiles ever produced by the French luxury brand. He’s one of only nine people in the world who can operate this unique vehicle.

Ronaldo was unable to reach the vehicle’s top speed of 240 mph due to the large number of spectators who had gathered around his automobile.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner is seen in a viral video entering his white supercar, accompanied by a bodyguard and dressed in a white t-shirt, white slacks, and a dark blazer. Others were trying to get pictures with Ronaldo as quickly as possible while chanting his name.

Once the massive eight-liter W16 engine was up to speed, Ronaldo slowly slid away. The former Real Madrid star was first spotted in public with the car he bought late last year.

To celebrate Bugatti’s 110th birthday, he released the Centodiece (Italian for “110”). Ronaldo, a dedicated customer, got the seventh spot out of a total of 10 cars in the series, which is the same number he’s worn throughout his professional life. The Portuguese government has approved his car.

The ex-Manchester United star has an astonishing collection of cars, including not only Aston Martins, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Rolls Royces, but also a Bugatti Chiron and a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.

Yet, Ronaldo was unable to incorporate the most luxurious Bugatti. The one-off Bugatti Voiture Noire, produced in 2019, set a new record for the cost of a car when it was released at an incredible £9.69 million before taxes.

Notwithstanding rumours to the contrary, Ferdinand Piech’s family did receive the black Voiture Noire. He was the previous chairman of the VW Group.