Ibrahimovic out and about in his Ferrari Monza SP2

Ibrahimovic out and about in his Ferrari Monza SP2

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Ibrahimovic out and about in his Ferrari Monza SP2

Zlatan Ibrahimovic he always knows how to make people talk about himself, even when he is away from the football fields. The Milan striker was unable to take part in Euro 2020 with the Sweden shirt due to an injury but apparently he knows how to console himself. The Swedish champion goes for a walk in his Ferrari Monza SP2, the splendid little boat of Maranello which Ibrahimovic bought in 2020 to celebrate his 38th finish.

In a video released online by the GTBoard.com YouTube channel, the Rossoneri striker is seen at the wheel of the Cavallino racing car as he crosses the streets of what appears to be Stockholm with another person at his side. On the other hand, it is difficult not to notice the Swede from AC Milan since, due to his height, he “sticks” out of the cockpit, even exceeding the seat. The Ferrari Monza SP2 is one of the most popular jewels produced in Maranello in recent years. This model was expected in only 499 units at the starting unit price of 1.6 million euros and came out of the Special Series Line of Maranello, the department specialized in the most exclusive cars. Pushing the Ferrari Monza SP2 is a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine capable of delivering 799 hp and 791 Nm of maximum torque at 7000 rpm. The maximum speed is 300 km / h while the sprint from 0 to 100 km / h is consumed in just 2.9 seconds.

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Zlatan is a well-known motor enthusiast, with the Swedish footballer former Juventus, Inter Milan and Paris Saint Germain boasting several supercars in his garage, including a LaFerrari Aperta. Milan’s exuberant and talented striker is not the only one to have been captivated by the charm of the SP2. Recently, in fact, Cristiano Ronaldo also bought an example after visiting Maranello where he was able to appreciate the jewels of the Cavallino and the Ferrari assembly lines.