Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Girlfriend
Giovani Lo Celso born 9 April 1996, is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for La Liga club Villarreal, on loan from Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur, and the Argentina national team. On 8 August 2019, Lo Celso signed for Tottenham Hotspur on a season-long loan with an option to buy, after a long summer of speculation over his future. He made his debut for Tottenham as a late substitute in the second Premier League match of the season against Manchester City that ended 2–2, a match notable for a controversy over VAR and a new rule on handball introduced this season. As of now, Giovani Lo Celso is currently dating Magui Alcacer. His estimated net worth stands at $5 Million, with an annual salary of $800,000. His car collection is small, yet it is exciting and powerful as well.
1. Audi RS Q8
The Audi RSQ8 comes with a build of Turbocharged 4.0 Liter V8 engine, that thrustingly pushes out around 591 Horsepower and 59 0 lb-ft of torque, with the support of an 8-speed automatic to all of its wheels.
2. Mercedes-Benz GLC-Coupe
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class 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. Porsche Panamera Turbo
Porsche Panamera Turbo with its stunning looks and outrageous performance and luxurious and sporty drive is all you need from a Porsche-badged four-door sedan. With its front-engined design and high-output engine, the Panamera Turbo offers a performance close to the Porsche 911 Turbo’s performance. The cons of being a front-engined car mean the Panamera fails to offer agility and balance like the 911 or the 718. Apart from the different centers of gravity, the car excels at providing one of the best athletic driving you would imagine.