“Ronaldo’s Pricey Bugatti Veyron Vitesse Takes a Hit: A Tale of Regret After a Car Crash”

It’s important to point out that Cristiano Ronaldo wasn’t behind the wheel during the reported incident with his bodyguard and their exclusive Bugatti Veyron Vitesse in Majorca. Depending on insurance policies, this could be a positive or negative factor. For car fanatics everywhere, it’s saddening to see such a rare and expensive vehicle in such a damaged state. Although money may not be an issue for the wealthy soccer player who’s worth $115 million, no amount of riches can replace this unique car, which might only have three models in existence.

Get ready to buckle up as we take a closer look at the impressive Bugatti Veyron Vitesse. This remarkable masterpiece stands out in terms of statistics, boasting of just 450 units manufactured, which include 300 coupes and 150 Grand Sports models. To own a Vitesse, one had to acquire a ‘Grand Sport’ trim, and only 92 of these were crafted worldwide. During its production era, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse held the title of the world’s fastest convertible with a top speed of 254 MPH. Though this achievement has since been outdone by the Hennessey Venom GT Spyder (265.6 MPH) and the Koenigsegg Agera RS (278 MPH).


Fixing Cristiano Ronaldo’s personal Grand Sport Vitesse would be considerably expensive due to its carbon fiber exterior and distinctive customized modifications. It is not a simple task of replacing parts from another Bugatti Veyron, as the Vitesse has larger-than-normal air vents on the front left side, which was the area of impact. Furthermore, the Vitesse model features expanded air vents on its side to cool the turbochargers, which may have also been damaged.

It is not yet clear if Ronaldo’s own car has the same VIN as one of the three cars displayed at the Geneva Motorshow in 2013. However, his car does look very similar to a 2013 model that was sold by Romans International. This may not just be a coincidence.

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