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Cristiano Ronaldo won the Italian league with Juventus. Joining from Real Madrid in July 2018, the footballer won his first trophy with the Italian club in the form of Supercoppa Italia. Ronaldo was placed second behind his-teammate Luka Modric of Real Madrid in the Ballon’D’Or. He won the Scudetto with Juventus thus becoming the first player to win league titles in Spain, England and Italy. Cristiano Ronaldo is a familiar face in India owing to his successful campaigns with Manchester United and Real Madrid. After the successful defence of Scudetto, Cristiano Ronaldo has recently bought a Bugatti Centodieci for £8.5 Million (75 Crores in Indian Rupees). Adding yet another hypercar to his 'Exotic Car Collection', the player owns several brands like the Rolls-Royce Phantom, Maserati GranCabrio, Mercedes G Wagon, Ferrari F430 among many others.
Celebrating success, Cristiano Ronaldo spent around 9 million pounds for Bugatti Centodieci. According to a report from the German Media organization BILD, he made a booking for the Limited-Edition Bugatti Centodieci. An interesting fact to know here is that only 10 units of it will be made while deliveries are said to begin in 2021. A player known for pursuit of perfection, Cristiano's purchase of Bugatti Centodieci will add another stunning car to his increasing majestic car collection. Talking about Bugatti Centodieci, then we must share that the hypercar is based on the famous Bugatti Chiron. Having said this, let us remind you that the Juventus football star already owns a Bugatti Chiron. Apart from Chiron, he owns the Veyron and La Voiture Noire with the Noire costing him a huge $18 million last year.
Bugatti showcased the Limited-Edition hypercar in August 2019 to mark and commemorate the EB110. In native Italian language, the word Centodieci stands for “One hundred and ten”. The exterior design of Bugatti Centodieci separates it from Chiron. Bugatti Centodieci is powered a W-16 engine, it is infact the same one that powers the Bugatti Chiron. Thus the Bugatti Centodieci delivers a majestic 1500 bhp. Performance wise, it can accelerate from 0 - 100 kmph in just 2.4 seconds while reaching a top speed of 380 kmph.
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