Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Wife
Bernardo Silva born 10 August 1994, known as Bernardo Silva or simply Bernardo, is a Portuguese professional footballer. Who plays as an attacking midfielder or a winger for Premier League club Manchester City and the Portugal national team. Considered one of the best midfielders in the world and amongst the best Portuguese players, Silva is known for his stamina, agility, and work rate. Born in Lisbon, Silva came through Benfica’s youth academy. He was on loan at the Ligue 1 side Monaco during the 2014–15 season, with Les Monégasques making the move permanent in the winter of 2015. As of now, Bernardo Silva is currently engaged to Ines Tomaz. His estimated net worth stands at $5 Million, with an annual salary of $500,000. His car collection is small, yet modest.
1. Smart ForTwo
It is a cool-looking compact car that is adored by many people for its unique design and compact body. If you want to stand out from the crowd, I’d say the Smart Fortwo is the kind of car you should go for. The Fortwo comes with various shapes and powertrain options from gas to electric, or from two-door to four-door. It features an 89-hp three-cylinder engine with rear-wheel drive and has a top speed of 81 mph.
2. Mercedes-Benz GLC-Coupe
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class is for drivers who want a luxurious driving experience rather than a fast lane. The regular GLC300 is quick but lacks handling and highway fuel economy. However, BMW X3 is much better in both aspects. But just like typical Mercedes-Benz, the GLC’s interior blends extravagant materials and cutting-edge technology. The SUV can also be upgraded with leather surfaces, HUD, rear heated seats, ventilated front seats, etc. But sadly, GLC lacks cargo capacity, measuring 19 cubic feet behind the rear seats. Benz does give the GLC an infotainment system benefiting from a variety of control inputs and sophisticated features.
3. Mini Cooper S
Mini Cooper made its debut in North America twenty years ago and it’s still just as stylish and fun to drive as it was back then. It’s retro-modern styling still turns heads, and its sporty chassis tuning gives drivers something to look forward to every time they slide behind the wheel. Standard models are powered by a 134-hp turbocharged three-cylinder, but going with an S model swaps that for a spunky 189-hp turbo four, which offers much better acceleration.