Britain’s biggest lottery winners could buy several supercars for themselves, but they settled on a secondhand Volvo estate.
He has a £4.5million Bugatti Divo, a £2.3million . also passed Aston Martin Victor and the £1.3 million McLaren Elva.
But neighbors were astonished that the couple, who went public last month with a £184million EuroMillions win, Bought the understated gray V60 instead,
One told The Sun: “They are mega lottery winners but first and foremost they are simple people who have worked hard all their lives.
“The car is smart, respectful and sensible – just like Joe and Jess.
“You can expect them to buy a Ferrari or a Bugatti. Instead of living the high life, they are going ahead with their original plan to elevate the house and make sure it goes as originally planned.
“Couples are well-liked by neighbors and they want to make sure the house is perfect.
“The fact that they haven’t done it all on sports cars or booze shows what great people they are.”
After going public with his win last month, Joe admitted he was “not a great car person”.
He said his dream motor was a koda Superb estate “because that’s about as much stuff you can get in a boot”.
He was driving a Hyundai but said: “I will find something that works and is a major upgrade to my old little car that is covered in dents.”
Communications Sales Engineer Joe has already submitted his notice.
Jess runs a hairdressing salon with her sister. The couple have been married for 11 years and have two children of primary school age.
They live in Corse, Gloucs, but their eyes are up £7.25 million mansion in the Cotswolds near Sun columnist Jeremy Clarkson’s farm,
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