Portugal’s World No. international goal scorer Cristiano Ronaldo has received a new Rolls-Royce Dawn from his partner Georgina Rodriguez. Ahead of this lavish Christmas gift, the 28-year-old Spanish model had gifted him Cadillac Escalade on his 37th birthday earlier this year.
Ronaldo, who is currently looking for a new club after abruptly ending his second stint at Old Trafford, is famous for his love for luxury cars and boasts of a huge collection of hot wheels.
Rodriguez took to her Instagram and shared a video in which Ronaldo can be clearly seen overwhelmed after he got to see what his partner brought for him as a Christmas gift.
Ronaldo, on the other hand also, shared a story on his Instagram, thanking his girlfriend for the luxury ride.
A recent addition to the former Real Madrid star’s exclusive garage, the Dawn is the only convertible in the Rolls-Royce range.
This powerful four-seater car shares an engine with the faster RR ever- the Wraith but in a de-tuned avatar. The car is powered by a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, it produces 563 horsepower and 820 Nm of peak torque, which you wouldn’t expect from a sports car. The drop-top can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds, with a top speed of a whopping 250 km/h.
In addition to Dawn, Ronaldo also owns a Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV and a Phantom Drophead.
Talking about Ronaldo, He last appeared in the recently concluded Qatar World Cup in the Portugal national team against Morocco in which his side lost the match 1-0. Read Also: New PCB Chief Najam Sethi’s reactions to the recent BCCI Vs PCB Clash
The 37-year-old Ronaldo came on as a substitute in Portugal’s 1–0 defeat. The former Manchester United and Real Madrid star also didn’t start in Portugal’s round of 16 battle against Switzerland.
At present, there are some rumours in the football arena that Ronaldo has a whopping €275 million offer from a Saudi Arabia-based club.
However, in July this year, the 37-year-old reportedly turned down a move to be the world’s highest-paid player while rejecting €275 million offer from an unknown Saudi Club.