Football players and their cars – David Beckham

From Bentleys and Mercedes to Ferraris and Astons, the football players own one or many of the most expensive cars in the world. A fast car is an ultimate accessory for almost all footballers. In a special feature, we bring you the cars your favorite footballers drive starting with the czar of football, real Madrid star, and England captain David Beckham. Beckham’s income each week is estimated to be around $ 219,525 (£117,000) for just playing football. This does not include his considerable income from other sources such as marketing. His passion for cars reflects from the fact that he owns a gargantuan fleet of cars, which he changes regularly. At the latest count, he owned seven motors. He has so many that when the chairman of Ferrari offered him one of their cars he turned him down! He drives his gorgeous open-top Aston Martin Vantage V8 in Madrid when going out with his wife Victoria while back in Manchester, he uses his gleaming Rolls Royce Phantom to pop out for his weekly shop.

One of Beck’s latest acquisitions was a $206,400(£110,000) Lamborghini Gallardo which he wasted no time putting through its paces. Moreover, he bought a colossal $103,200 (£55,000) Hummer H2 recently and additionally spent $33,800 (£18,000) on extra lavish accessories. Apart from these cars, he does keep a few ‘sensible’ cars, including a Mercedes S500 and a $312,080 (£166,000) Bentley Arnage, which he used to pick up his OBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2003. That car has a 6.75-liter V8 engine and comes complete with leather baby-seats. Hold on to your breath, cause here we come with the list of the all luxurious cars owned by Beckham- a custom-built Ferrari 360 Spyder costing around $215,550 (£114,650), a Ferrari 550M, a Porsche 911, a Range Rover Vogue, an Aston Martin DB7, a Lincoln Navigator, a TVR Cerbera, Porsche 911 Turbo, a Land Rover 4.6 HSE, a Chrysler Grand Voyager, a Jaguar XKR and a bunch of armor-plated BMWs (750i, 540i, X5) usually reserved for his minders. How can we forget the Porsche Boxster too!

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