On his 76th birthday, Amitabh Bachman added to his garage a Lexus LX570, which is priced at INR 2.32 crore.
If the appearance of your vehicles must reflect your stardom, Amitach Bachman’s car must be representative of this trend. In Hollywood, Schwarzenegger’s everyday car is a Unimog; therefore, it is reasonable that Amitabh has a classy yet bold vehicle befitting his personality. His Lexus LX is the top-spec LX 570 variant, which is priced at INR 2.33 crore (ex-showroom) and is also the most exorbitant Lexus in India.
The Lexus LX 570 is added to Amitabh Bachman on his 76th birthday.
The top-spec LX keeps under its hood a 5.7-litre V8 gasoline burner, which can generate 367 BHP against 570 Nm. This means that it has the towing capacity and the momentum which are equal to those of a comet. The transmission duties on the car are undertaken by a 8-speed AT unit. The SUV can reach a maximum speed of 210 kmph and can accelerate from a standstill to 100 kmph in only 7.7 seconds. Amitabh is reported to have purchased this LX 570 primarily with a view to spending his golden years in the greatest luxury. The LX 570 offers a 19-inch speaker surround-sound unit, massaging seats, 11.6-inch screens for the rear passengers. All these features help the LX become one of the most well-known luxury cars in India.
With its top-notch features, the LX 570 offers the greatest comfort.
This Lexus LX 570 is equipped with a standard 4WD system and a multi-terrain off-roading unit which allow the vehicle to tackle any terrains when off-roading. With this system, you can also control the torque distribution to individual brakes and wheels. These help the vehicle become highly practical on Mumbai roads.
The LX 570 is not only the luxury car in Amitabh’s garage. He is also believed to possess a Rolls Royce Phantom, a Mercedes Benz S Class, Mini Cooper and Porsche Cayman. However, as regards utility and luxury, all of these cars pale in comparison with the LX 570. With respect to his career, the Bollywood celebrity has recently released a short film on social media on the coronavirus pandemic.