ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC enjoyed a day off by cruising around town in his £400,000 electric Ferrari.
The AC Milan star, 40, looked ice-cool as he showed off his gold supercar to stunned onlookers.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic cruised around Milan in his £400k FerrariCredit: BackGrid
The hybrid-electric model turned plenty of heads as Ibra darted around townCredit: BackGrid
The Swedish ace himself put on an eye-catching display with a colourful ensembleCredit: BackGrid
Ibrahimovic bought the Ferrari SF90 Stradale as a birthday present to himself in October.
The hybrid luxury vehicle boasts a four-litre turbocharged V8 engine, and has a whopping 986hp when paired with its electric motor.
The fastest Ferrari available, it boasts a top speed of 211mph and can go from 0-60mph in just 2.5 seconds.
And Ibrahimovic is just one of 499 owners worldwide.
The car turned plenty of heads as he parked up on a side road.
And the veteran Swede himself also put on an eye-catching display with a colourful ensemble consisting of an orange hoodie, a beanie hat, sunglasses and matching Nike hi-tops.
Ibrahimovic is a huge petrol head and already owned a fleet of Ferraris before his October purchase, including a rare £1.4m Monza SP2.
He also boasts a £90k Maserati, a £700k Porsche Spider and a £160k Lamborghini Urus – his preferred mode of transportation to training.
Meanwhile, Ibra looks set to sign a new AC Milan contract despite turning 41 later this year.
Ibrahimovic loves his car and also owns a £1.4m Ferrari Monza
Ibra also owns a rare Porsche Spyder worth £700k
The Swede’s preferred vehicle for training his is £160k Lamborghini Urus
San Siro chief Paolo Maldini said: “Zlatan knows what he wants, he doesn’t fake anything.
“He knows what the possible agreement with Milan could be. If he doesn’t feel like continuing, he’ll be the first to say so.
“His idea is to continue. Zlatan will never be a burden on this team, but only a resource.”
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