After the accident occurred, other members of Ronaldo’s entourage reportedly dealt with police reports and the removal of the vehicle from the scene. It will presumably now be transported to one of his homes (Ronaldo has properties in Spain, Italy, Portugal, and other nearby European countries) before being sent back to Molsheim for a full restoration to its former glory.
Obviously, this will come with a large bill, but considering that Spanish tabloid Marca reports his net worth at half a billion dollars, this unfortunate accident will likely barely register on the star’s radar. Still, it hurts seeing something as rare and exquisite as this being damaged. Then again, it could be worse: back in 2020, the one-off Grand Sport Vitesse L’Or Blanc was crashed. Additionally, in 2009, Cristiano Ronaldo himself crashed a Ferrari 599 GTB in a Manchester tunnel so badly that it was written off. That won’t be the case here, thankfully.