Marta Ortega Pérez left a large part of the country dumb after a million dollar purchase that contradicts the mandate of Amancio Ortega himself. Don’t stay without seeing!
March 12, 2023 3:26 am
It was in June 2022, when Marta Ortega Pérez took over the presidential chair of the Inditex Group. Graduated from the Business School of the University of London, the youngest daughter of Amancio Ortega has a preparation of the highest standards to take the multinational founded by her father in the early eighties to another level and which has been made in the textile industry throughout the comparison. Europe
In addition to the path taken by the man born in Busdongo de Arbas, Ortega Pérez tried, and in some cases unsuccessfully, to distance himself from the inheritance of one of the richest people in the world, whose fortune is estimated at 70 600 million, according to Forbes. One of the main differences between the two is evident when looking at individual garages and car collections;
While Amancio Ortega has only three models, the Renault 5 and the Audi A8 that came out in 2010, Ortega Díaz boasts an extensive collection that includes up to seven different cars. However, one in particular has silenced the whole of Spain due to its terrifying image and to have much more than the car used by his father: we are talking about the Mercedes G-Class “Final Edition”.
According to Mercedes information, this G-Class “Final Edition” is one of the most elegant 4x4s in the Stuttgart-based company’s entire catalog. Only 200 units of this particular model were produced and its production was made to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the Mercedes G-Class.
Mercedes Classe G Final Edition
The G-Class began to be manufactured in 1979 and has been a sales success for the German company ever since. The “Final Edition” model of Amancia Ortega’s daughter has a market value of 300,000 coins; and under its rustic and proven body, it has a V12 engine with a maximum power of 630 hp with a maximum torque of 1,000 Nm between 2,300 and 4,300 rpm, a complete assembly inclined to a top speed of 230 kilometers per hour. when in full swing.