Former footballer David Beckham has acquired 10 per cent of Lunaz, the UK-based car and electrical restoration company. He is not the former captain of England’s first investment. He has previously invested in companies active in e-sports, cannabis and now also automobiles.
Beckham invests through his investment firm DB Ventures. The value of the deal with Lonaz was not disclosed. Beckham said in a statement that Beckham has been drawn to the company by the work they are doing to restore and electrify some of the best classic cars. Then it goes from classic Rolls-Royce to Jaguar and from Range Rover to Bentley. Lunaz was founded in 2018 by David Lorenz.
Beckham became a co-owner of the London-based virtual sports academy Guild Esports last year. He also co-owns American football club Inter Miami and holds approximately 5 percent of Cellular Goods, which manufactures skin care and sports repair products based on biosynthetic hemp.
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