Neymar and Messi Pick Audi Q5s as Barcelona FC Given New Rides

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Q7 most popular amongst the Barca elite, Dani Alves opts for RS6.

Audi’s affiliation with Spanish football obviously goes further than just Real Madrid. Just a few days after presenting the players and coach of Los Blancos with new rides (Ronaldo unsurprisingly opting for the rapid Audi RS 6 Avant), the German carmaker has done likewise with the Barcelona team. The arch rivals clearly have similar tastes when it comes to the Four Rings, with almost half the squad opting for an Audi Q7.

Dani Alves copied Ronaldo by picking the RS6, while the most lethal strikeforce in world football - Messi and Neymar - went for the Q5. Midfield maestros Xavi and Fabregas were on the same wavelength in choosing the Audi A7, leaving pubehead captain Puyol all alone in selecting the A6 Allroad.

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