Cristiano Ronaldo’s newest set of wheels is absolutely outrageous!

Ed Angeli

Right that’s it, following Chris Evans horror show presenting Top Gear. We’ve got the perfect Jeremy Clarkson replacement, arise, King Cristiano Ronaldo.

The guy is a marketing guru, great in-front of the camera, but more importantly, a raging petrol-head. Here’s just one incident of CR7 exiting his very own ‘Batmobile’.

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Ronaldo’s list of cars, gives the Portuguese a more impressive CV for wheels, than his bloody football credentials. Just for starters, Ronnie boasts a Porsche 911 Turbo, Range Rover Sport SVR, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Lamborghini Aventador, Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupé, Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, 599 GTO and an Audi S.

We all know Ronnie likes to treat himself to a new whip when in good spirits, and it seems the Real Madrid forward has done just that by rocking up to training in a new, McLaren MP4-12C Spider. But wait for it, hold your horses, the Los Blancos forward went for an orange blend…. absolutely criminal.

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Perhaps the flashiness of the Madrid star should be turned down for the meantime. Los Blancos have slightly stalled since equalling Barcelona’s record of 16 consecutive La Liga victories, and have since picked up just three points from nine in their last few games.

And it was Ronnie’s colleague, Gareth Bale taking the headlines by scoring the Welshman’s 50th La Liga goal, in just 87 appearances for Real Madrid over the weekend. Yet, Zinedine Zidane’s men were held 1-1 by Eibar on Sunday, suggesting there might not be as many cars to come out of Ronaldo’s garage for at least a few weeks.

Still, wouldn’t be surprised if the Portuguese captain pulled out an Aston Martin DB9 over the international break, apparently Britain needs a new James Bond as well as Top Gear presenter. We’re sure Ronnie could pull both of them off brilliantly.

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