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Mauro Icardi drops $25 million on rare Rolls Royce Boat Tail car

Mauro Icardi drops $25 million on rare Rolls Royce Boat Tail car

Argentine footballer just bought himself the most luxurious car on the planet.

The Galatasaray forward, who's on loan from PSG, was instrumental in guiding the Turkish giants to their 23rd league title this season.

On Tuesday, he notched a brace against Ankara to clinch the title. Icardi contributed 22 in 25 Süper Lig matches this term. 

Feeling at home in Istanbul, the 30-year-old has decided to celebrate the acme of his career in grand style. 

Icardi goes BIG with a grand Rolls Royce Boat Tail celebration

Icardi recently splurged a whopping $25 million on a rare Rolls Royce Boat Tail car, identified as one of the world's most expensive new vehicles.

For the record, Lionel once spent $36 Million on an ultra-rare Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti — that's officially the most expensive car ever!  

This magnificent Boat Tail four-wheeler is not just any car, it's the epitome of excellence. Custom-built by Rolls Royce, the Boat Tail car is often called a ‘land yacht,' thanks to its expansive rear deck, reminiscent of a luxury yacht's stern.

The 19-foot Rolls Royce Boat Tail comes meticulously handcrafted with an azure-blue exterior and a lavish cream interior. It's powered by a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, capable of delivering 563 horsepower.

The car (re: boat) brings the luxury of a five-star hotel to the roads.

Icardi has been known for his exquisite car taste, boasting a collection that includes Lamborghinis and Bentleys. 

But this latest addition is undoubtedly the crowning jewel of his automotive treasures.

With this grand purchase, Icardi joins the ranks of celebrities like Jay-Z and Beyonce, who also own the Rolls Royce Boat Tail. After all, there're only three of the make in the world.  

Photo: Instagram/mauroicardi

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