Neymar's luxury car in which he drives around Arabia while he continues his recovery, it costs more than $300k

Neymar flexed his new car as he is in recovery in Saudi Arabia.

Neymar posing for a picture with an Al Hilal jersey on.

Neymar has been recovering from his ACL injury at the facilities of Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia, but during this time, he has been driving his Rolls-Royce Ghost in the streets of Riyadh. The Brazilian star posted a picture of him in the driving seat inside his luxurious car worth more than $300k. Neymar seems focused on recovering from his injury to get back onto the pitch, but in the meantime, he is enjoying his luxurious items like this beautiful car.

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El Universo reports that the Rolls-Royce Ghost is part of the second-generation model launched in 2020. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/hr in only 4.8 seconds, and it reaches up to 250 km/hr. It isn't the most expensive car Neymar owns in his luxurious car collection. The Al Hilal star owns the Lamborgini Veneno, which is worth $4.9 million. According to Times Now News, it can go from 0-60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds and the top speed is 221 miles per hour.

Despite having a large car collection full of luxurious vehicles, the Brazilian is still focused on his recovery process and is getting involved with the team, attending more games and supporting them. Neymar won a trophy with Al Hial despite being injured last week. Al Hilal defeated Al Ittihad 4-1 in the Super Saudi Cup final. Al Hilal celebrated the trophy with the Brazilian and he even got to lift the trophy.

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