David Beckham’s impeccable wheels collection.
Six-time champion of England with Manchester United, three World Cup appearances, and of course, husband of Posh Spice.
David Beckham is world-renowned for his soccer achievements, as well as his modeling career, having even received an order from the British Empire at the hands of Queen Elizabeth II herself.
In addition to his family being considered royalty in style, and being a king of the soccer field, Beckham has a true reign of cars and motorcycles.
In the '90s, David and Victoria were considered the ultimate “it couple,” and the car from the beginning of their relationship had that same energy. As a Christmas gift, Posh Spice gave him a Ferrari 550 Maranello with leather caramel seats, one of the best cars Ferrari has produced in the modern era.
Among his most powerful and breath-taking wheels are a McLaren 720S, the combination of schoolboy doodle and aerodynamic architecture according to GQ, and a Lamborghini Gallardo.
A strong supporter of restoration and customization, Beckham has a Porsche 911, a replica of the 1969 911S owned by Steve McQueen. The slate-grey model was the player's first Porsche, which was under the care of specialist Lee Mayor.
With so much passion for wheels, it's no surprise that the player ended up purchasing his own car company. Lunaz, responsible for the customization of Rolls-Royce and Jaguar XK120s, also won the Top Gear Electric Award for a fully electric 1961 Bentley Continental S2 Flying Spur.
"I was drawn to the company through their work restoring some of the most beautiful classic cars through upcycling and electrification." Said Beckham, who bets on the sustainability of the engines and interiors of his cars.
He also has a strong interest in two wheels, and his British Customs DBSC Motorcycle is a rugged, versatile Triumph Bonneville that matches his persona. A completely customized model, raw from handlebars to leather Slammer Seats.
This is a real reign on and off the field.
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