cruised through Madrid last night in his exclusive Bugatti Centodieci.

The two-seater 1,600 horsepower car cost a whopping $8.7 million. There are only ten models of the car ever made.

Fans serenaded the superstar as he stepped out of his impressive ride.

The car's exquisite perfectly balances aerodynamics and aesthetics, featuring an intricate carbon fiber body and striking LED headlights.

The engineering marvel enables the high-performance sports car to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds, with a top speed of 236 mph.

Ronaldo bought the limited edition car back on October 2021.

It's unknown why Al-Nassr's record-signing Ronaldo is back in town. Last week, he achieved the status of the world's most-capped player, making 197 international appearances for . He scored a brace against Liechtenstein and slotted another two against Luxembourg in Euro qualifiers.

The Real Madrid legend still owns his luxurious $7.2 million house in La Finca, an upscale residential area located on the outskirts of Madrid.

That's where he keeps his custom-built $2.5 million Bugatti Chiron with “CR7” imprinted on the interior. The Portuguese forward boasts an astonishing collection of 19 vehicles in his personal garage, with a combined value exceeding $4.9 million.

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