Manchester United record signing Paul Pogba has become one of the most recognisable figures in football and his incredible Rolls-Royce is just part of an R34-million fleet of luxury vehicles matching his elite status.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup winner may have suffered a below-par season by his lofty standards at United this season, having been sidelined through injury but his unique talent still ranks him as one of the greatest in the modern era.
Scroll through the gallery above to see Pogba's R34-million fleet of luxury vehicles
His strength, pace and power in midfield is matched by the flamboyant skill and an eccentric character off the pitch - all of which is the making of the Pogba enigma and world-renowned brand.
From buying his international teammates World Cup rings to donating vasts sums of money to charity, Pogba has become a likeable figure and his ability to spoil himself with luxury items has not gone unnoticed.
Personality matches taste
When he first returned to United on a staggering £290,000 (R6.2m) weekly wage, Pogba opted for a more laid-back ride with the black Mercedes GLS SUV.
The sleek 4x4 holds an AMG 63 V8 petrol engine and could set you back about £72 000 (R1.5m) but since then he's flexed to a whole different level, none more so than with a jaw-dropping Rolls Royce.
The elite-level vehicle
Clearly a fan of black-coated vehicles, Pogba stunned many when he pulled up to training in 2018 with the Raith Black Badge, which marks the most expensive car within his lavish collection.
Often pictured with a chauffeur in the £286 410 (R6m) ride, the Frenchman once landed in hot water with former manager Jose Mourinho for opting to use the stunning vehicle instead of the team bus during a matchday.
Described as the most powerful vehicle made by the British auto manufacturer, the brand claims it offers an 'out of world driving experience'.
The V12 engine offers you the opportunity of reaching the 100km milestone in 4.5 seconds but what makes it stand out from the rest of the supercars in Pogba's garage is its dynamism, which Drive Tribe attributes to the world-class air suspension and seamless, instantaneous gear-changes.
Did you know?
A staggering total of 65% of all Rolls Royce cars ever built are still on the road today.
Your thoughts, please?
Does the Raith Black Badge stand out from Pogba's incredible car collection?