Juventus star, Cristiano Ronaldo has joined Nigerian music sensation Davido to purchase a Rolls Royce Cullinan whip and the internet is on fire already.
The former Real Madrid star took to his Instagram page to show off the new ride which has gathered a good number of congratulatory comments from his fans all over the world.
It seems the Portuguese international is a lover of the car brand because it can be recalled that he bought a Rolls Royce for himself in 2014 while at Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo became the world’s most expensive player when he moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid in 2009 in a transfer worth £80 million (€94 million/$132 million). Just imagine this: after he covers taxes, he was left with a €21 million ($26 million) salary per year and this made him the highest-paid footballer in the world at the time. Even though some don’t agree with the fact Ronaldo is also the best player in the world, one thing is certain – he is stinkin’ rich.
What is the thing famous sportsmen love to spend their money on? Yep, four-wheeled means of transport. And his car collection is not only worthy of a small museum, but is also as expensive as they get. Reports are the 34-year old striker owns about 19 cars he spent around $5 million, with his Bugatti Veyron by far the most expensive one. Lamborghini Aventador, Bentley GT Speed, Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano and Aston Martin DB9 are just some of the other rides he takes to the road every once in a while.
This is why seeing the soccer star getting a new Rolls-Royce Ghost is no big surprise.
It can be remembered that ace Nigerian singer, Davido got himself a 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan which is white in colour.
Davido is known for his expensive lifestyle, he has purchased quite expensive cars and even acquired a Porsche for his girlfriend, Chioma, early last year.
The singer ended the quite successful year 2018 on a good note as he announced on his Instagram page, that he was expecting a brand new Rolls-Royce Cullinan 2019 worth 350 million naira.
It can also be recalled that Nigerian business mogul, E-money purchased two 2019 Rolls Royce Phantoms for himself and wife at the end of 2018.
6 Facts About 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan
The Cullinan is a big deal, and not because it weighs nearly 6,000 pounds. Although Rolls-Royce’s first SUV started rolling into driveways during the last holiday season. As we discovered when we drove the 2019 Cullinan, the Rolls-Royce is more of a stately super-luxury cruiser than a quick and posh back-road carver. Great. But how much do you really know about the 563-hp, 12-cylinder Rolls-Royce Cullinan? Keep reading for six cool facts about the new SUV.
Rolls-Royce says it’s starting to hear interest from a few customers who want an alternative to high-quality leather. Such an option may become available on the Cullinan down the line, but not until the right, no-compromises leather alternative is found, one representative told us. We’ve begun to see premium fabrics on lower-priced luxury cars, from a base-model Volvo V60 wagon whose interior wowed MotorTrend editors, to the non-leather seating options on the Range Rover Velar and electric Jaguar I-Pace, which combines a wool blend with a suede-like material.
You Spent How Much on Options?
For the type of experience the Rolls-Royce Cullinan offers, $330,350 (including destination and gas guzzler fees) is an appropriate price. But no one drives home in a base-model Rolls-Royce. Sales to early adopters of the new model are in the $380,000-to-$390,000 range, Rolls-Royce says.
For a traditional Rolls-Royce experience, the Cullinan has so-called Individual seating—a four-passenger layout with two separate rear seats. Between the reclining seats sits a drinks cabinet with a refrigerator and champagne flutes, as well as Rolls-Royce whisky glasses and decanter. If this is your family road trip car, maybe go for the five-seat Lounge option. Although you can order the Cullinan any way you wish, Rolls-Royce expects about 80 percent of American customers to pick the five-seat Lounge option, but just 50 percent for Chinese buyers.
Just Like An Escalade?
Twenty-two-inch wheels make the most of the Cullinan’s imposing presence (yes, like that Cadillac). Those wheels are standard in the U.S.—Rolls-Royce will make the 21s a no-cost option. Winter tires are available on the 21-inch wheels, and all Cullinan tires are specially designed to reduce road noise. And maybe it works, because the Cullinan provides a smooth and quiet ride, just as you’d expect from a Rolls-Royce.