Mauro Icardi flaunts the world’s most expensive car on social media
The Galatasaray player is already showing off his new acquisition on social media: a Rolls Royce Boat Tail with a value of more than $23 million.
Mauro Icardi has once again grabbed headlines, but this time it has nothing to do with his personal life or his performances on the field of play for Galatasaray. The Argentine soccer player is making news for indulging in an extravagant purchase that is far from affordable for the vast, vast majority of people. It appears that he has acquired the most expensive car in the world.
World’s most expensive car Rolls into Icardi garage
The husband of Wanda Nara proudly displays his latest excess on his social media platforms. The vehicle in question is a Rolls Royce Boat Tail, aptly named as it draws inspiration from maritime navigation. This car is meticulously handcrafted and features various custom details tailored to Icardi’s preferences. It boasts a 6.5-liter V12 naturally aspirated engine, producing 563 horsepower. The price tag for this luxury automobile lies somewhere in the eye-watering region 25 million dollars.
The Rolls Royce Boat Tail boasts 1,813 exclusive parts, all specifically designed for this particular car. Its interior showcases intricate woodwork with stainless steel inlays reminiscent of yacht craftsmanship. The car also features plush leather seats and curtains adorning its windows. In a social media post unveiling his luxurious self-gift, Icardi simply describes the car as “futuristic.”
The Rolls Royce Boat Tail, owned by Mauro Icardi, is an exceptionally exclusive vehicle with only three units in existence. Each car is individually customized, making them completely unique from one another.
Food on the go
This convertible, designed to accommodate four passengers, offers an extraordinary gastronomic experience with a tailgate that resembles the stern of a luxurious boat.
Mauro Icardi’s Boat Tail comes equipped with a portable kitchen, providing all the necessities for an outdoor picnic. It even features a refrigerator specifically designed to store champagne and exquisite tableware crafted by Christofle in Paris.
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