Real Madrid has a tradition: every year, one of its sponsors renews the car for the first team teams, with the players and coaches choosing the model. This year, the one who surprised everyone was Zinedine Zidane, as he selected one of the company's most expensive vehicles, in an almost exclusive design in Spain.
As we reported in previous days, the most expensive car in the fleet, a brand new 600 hp Audi RS Q8 valued at 160 thousand euros, was left by the Uruguayan midfielder Federico Valverde. And the coach, continuing in the range of sports cars, opted for an RS 6 Avant, also 600 hp. The cost of this shot is 142,580 euros, although it can be worth much more if it's the full version. The other side's Karim Benzema, since he was the most modest in his request: he settled for the 204 hp Q5 4.0 TDi (valued at just over 50,000 euros).
Several players switched to electric cars
Although all the cars that the white footballers will drive have some degree of electrification, those who have gone one hundred percent electric have been Raphael Varane (who repeats with the German electric ones) and Vinicius, who will enjoy the e-tron 55 Sportback, a Coupe SUV that swaps gasoline and diesel for batteries. It has 408 horsepower and can travel up to 446 km with each recharge.
Marco Asensio also points to electrification, although in this case through plug-in hybrid technology (he's the only one who will have a vehicle of this type). Your Audi A7 Sportback 55 TFSIe will be able to travel 50 kilometers on electricity.