Marcus Rashford’s new £700,000 Rolls Royce Wraith revealed as he replaces nearly identical car wrecked in crash

MARCUS Rashford has taken delivery of a brand new £700,000 Rolls Royce Wraith – a direct replacement for the motor he smashed up in a crash with a gran.

The Man Utd ace, who wrecked his last supercar in a horror crash in September last year, ordered the new Roller almost immediately after the accident.

InstagramMarcus Rashford has bought a brand new £700,000 Rolls Royce Wraith[/caption]

ReutersMarcus Rashford has taken delivery of a brand new £700,000 Rolls Royce Wraith[/caption]

The SunThe old £700,000 V12 Rolls Royce Wraith hit a pole on a traffic island[/caption]

The star was shaken but unhurt following the collision on Carrington Spur

And his new Black Badge Wraith, which was picked up by lorry in Bavaria, Germany on Tuesday, will finally be delivered to the 26-year-old star this week.

The turbo-charged V12 two-door coupe boasts a full interior and exterior “Mansory” kit.

The 6.6 litre ultra-luxury supercar has suicide doors can do 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph.

The Rolls is almost identical to Rash’s former damaged car other than the player has gone for a white exterior instead of grey.

In February we revealed Rash’s wrecked Roller, which had just 1,000 miles on the clock, was being flogged at auction for a cut down price.

Photos showed the car took a pounding in the crash, with extensive damage to the front, left front wing and a mangled rear left wheel and bumper.

It later emerged YouTuber Mat Armstrong bought the custom motor for £184,000 and has since fixed it up.

Rashford’s former Rolls was wrecked after a collision with a car driven by a gran, 74, in September last year.

The England ace had just left United’s training ground in Carrington on his way home from his side’s 1-0 Premier League win at Burnley.

The collision sent his 2.5-ton vehicle — which has a top speed of 155mph — into a pole on a traffic island.

Footage showed his car with pieces of the rear bumper ripped off and strewn on the side of the road as hazard lights flashed.

Luckily both drivers escaped without injury.

The accident happened in a 40mph zone on Carrington Spur near United’s Aon training complex — where players had returned by coach just before midnight after the Burnley match.

In a post on Instagram which referred to United’s away win, the striker wrote: “3 points on the road! I’m alright guys thanks for the messages.”

Rashford owns three Rolls-Royces – his new £700k Black Badge Wraith, a £390k Black Badge Cullinan and he bought a £560k Cullinan Blue Shadow in August last year.

Rashford also has a £280,000 McLaren 765 Long Tail and a £350,000 Lamborghini Urus Performante.

How YouTuber bought Marcus Rashford’s £700k Rolls-Royce for £184k – even though it was completely destroyed

A YOUTUBER bought Marcus Rashford’s old Rolls-Royce for a cut-price – but admitted “the damage was way worse than I first thought”.

Made by Rolls Royce in collaboration with German luxury car manufacturer Mansory, Rashford originally paid an eye-watering £700,000 for the vehicle.

But the car was written off last September when Rashford was involved in a collision.

YouTuber Mat Armstrong, who boasts 2.55million subscribers, bought the vehicle for £185k, a snip of the original £700k Rashford paid for the vehicle.

Despite the car clearly being severely damaged in the pictures on the online listing, it was claimed by the auction company that the car could start.

But the YouTuber had no such luck, and had to work for much of the evening to fire it up even once.

He jokingly added: “There’s no way they started it. The only person who would know if this thing starts is Rashford.”

After a night toiling away, they eventually did manage to jump start the vehicle, using Mat’s father’s Citroen people-carrier.

Upon closer inspection, Mat said: “The suspension’s a mess,” Before adding: “And the exhaust is perished.”

He then compared the curvature on the car caused by the crash to that of a banana.

One of the Mansory logos on the outside of the car alone would have cost over a grand to replace, which showed the scale of the task ahead.

The YouTuber bought an older second hand Rolls Royce to use for parts, with the cheapest car costing around £90,000.

InstagramThe Rolls is almost identical to his old one except it has a white exterior instead of grey[/caption]

The SunThe Sun’s pictures show the aftermath of the crash[/caption]

The SunCarrington Spur was littered with debris[/caption]

Eamonn and James ClarkeMarcus Rashford leaves his car on double yellow lines outside a Cheshire jewellers[/caption]

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