Image :Real Madrid players
Real Madrid athletes have switched to driving electric vehicles after receiving free BMW vehicles as part of a sponsorship agreement between the Spanish club and the German manufacturer.
Image : manager Corlo Ancelotti
Benzema, Thibaut Courtois , and manager Carlo Ancelotti are just a few of the athletes who have received the all-electric BMW iXs or i4s.The pricing of the BMW iX ranges from from £71,000 to £109,000, while the i4s is priced between £53,000 and £66,000.After receiving the vehicles from BMW, they had the option of selecting their own model and color.
During the club's long-standing connection with the business, which terminated earlier this year after nearly 20 years, players used to use Audi vehicles.
After then, the Spanish behemoths partnered with BMW. Although specifics have not been made public, local media reports indicate Real receives a yearly salary of almost £6.5 million from the German automaker.
Since majority of the first-team squad is traveling to Qatar for the World Cup, so many of Real Madrid's well-known players will have to wait to drive their new automobiles.
Nine members of their starting lineup from last Thursday's 2-1 victory over Cadiz, which served as their final game before the World Cup's conclusion, have been selected for their national team.
Image : Thibaut Courtois
On Sunday, the opening match of the tournament will be played between Qatar and Ecuador.
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