Zlatan Ibrahimovic's car collection includes a fleet of Ferraris like his new £1.7m Daytona and Porsche worth £650k | The Sun

AT 41, Zlatan Ibrahimovic's football career shows no sign of slowing down.

The Sweden legend is planning to plan on next season with Monza, after reportedly agreeing a deal to join the club from AC Milan.

And when it comes to his motors, he still loves them fast and incredibly expensive.

Zlatan boasts an amazing car collection that'll be the envy of all dressing rooms around Europe.

From an impressive fleet of Ferraris, including the recent £1.7million Daytona SP3 he added to his garage to an astonishing £650,000 Porsche – the centre forward is a true petrol head.

But, he remained true to his roots when he became an ambassador for car makers Volvo, even driving their modest £40,000 XC40 to training at a former club.

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The new addition

This week, Zlatan really treated himself.

For his 40th birthday, he bought himself a £400,000 Ferrari Sf90 Stradale.

He shared an image of his new addition on Instagram, captioning the snap: "Happy Birthday to Zlatan".

It's Ferrari's first foray into electric cars and can reach a top speed up to 211 mph.

But, he wasn't totally convinced by it. Instead, he traded it for a Daytona SP3 with a price tag of £1.7million.

The mid-engine V12 sportscar can hit 62mph in a staggering 2.86 seconds.

Reports claim there is only 599 models of the car in the world.

Going vintage

Zlatan clearly has a thing for Italian fast cars, and splashing out on a new set of wheels on his special day.

In 2019, for his 38th, he bought a rare Ferrari Monza SP2 for a staggering £1.4million.

He is only one of 499 people in the world that own the supercar.

The superfast car can hit 0-60 mph in around 2.9 seconds.

Current ride

However, standing at 6ft 5in Zlatan needs a car that offers him plenty of leg room.

That's why, when it comes to training, he prefers an SUV.

At AC Milan, the centre forward has been spied arriving to training in a £160,000 Lamborghini Urus.

The Urus is a favourite of footballers at the moment, including former Man Utd star Cristiano Ronaldo who was once seen driving to Carrington in one.

Statement red

Only 400 Ferrari Enzo cars exist in the world, and Zlatan has one of them.

Seen as a collector's item, it's a motor that can be sold for over a million pounds at auction.

It was developed in 2002 using Formula One technology, including a a carbon-fibre body and F1-style automated-shift manual transmission.

Although, we've rarely seen Zlatan driving it.

Spider Man

Between 2005-2009, the Ferrari F430 Spider was a footballers' favourite.

Chelsea legend John Terry, who himself is a Ferrari obsessive, was seen driving one around the streets of Surrey.

When it was released, it carried a price tag of around £120,000.

Nicknamed their 'Baby Enzo', it can hit 0-62 mph in four seconds.

Top of the range Porsche

Zlatan loves anything limited edition.

Which is why he bought a £700,000 Porsche Spyder in and around 2014.

Only 918 models were made of the supercar, which sold out completely in 2015.

It was only the second plug-in hybrid car Porsche ever produced.


Italian gentleman's car makers Maserati are renowned for their luxury vehicles.

So, it goes without saying, Zlatan used his extensive time playing in Italy to research enough about the stylish car manufacturers.

In about 2011, he bought a GranTurismo MC Stradale worth around £92,000.

Under the hood, it boasts a 450 hp V8 engine and has a top speed of 187 mph.


In 2014, Zlatan became an ambassador for Swedish car manufacturers Volvo, appearing in a series of ads.

Now, many footballers won't often be seen driving the cars they're sponsored for.

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However, when Ibrahimovic was playing for Manchester United he was a happy with their XC90 model costing around £52,000.

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Often, he would drive it to training and park it amongst a fleet of Lamborghinis and Range Rovers.

And you can bet no one would've been brave enough to give him any stick for it.

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