The snippets from the programme show the supercars lined up exquisitely in the garage, with Ronaldo’s £2m Bugatti Chiron at one end of a shot.
In the snippets from the reality show, cameras displayed his £2m Bugatti Chiron, his Ferraris and McLarens.
The Portuguese’s limited-edition Bugatti Centodieci is worth £8.5million – his most expensive super-car . Overall, Ronaldo’s total value of supercars is around a staggering £18million
Ronaldo is believed to be one of only 10 people worldwide who own the supercar.
The Centodieci reportedly has 1600 horsepower, and can reach a top speed of 236mph.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner says his favourite make is his vast array of Bugattis, while he also has two of every single brand of car.
Next to the Chiron are Ronaldo’s £500,000 Ferrari 599 GTO, a McLaren Senna worth £750,000, and then two Rolls-Royce motors: the Cullinan worth £300,000 and the Phantom Drophead coupe which costs around £500,000.
The second shot in the series shows five more supercars, most notably a Mercedes G-Wagon Brabus worth £600,000, which was a present to Ronaldo from Rodriguez.
Also recorded are a £1.5m Bugatti Veyron, a Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG worth £200,000, a bright orange McLaren MP4-12C (£200,000) and a Lamborghini Aventador (£270,000).
The Netflix show, centred around Ronaldo’s long-term girlfriend Rodriguez, 28, comically sees the model moan that their Wi-Fi never works in their house, despite the pair having four routers.
There are other cars that didn’t make the Netflix cut too, such as a silver Ferrari, a Mercedes AMG GLE 63, and a black Mercedes.