Indian-Origin Billionaire Owns Over 20 Rolls-Royce In His Collection
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Reuben Singh, fondly known as “British Bill Gates”, is well-known for his car collection of up to 20 Rolls-Royces.
While for somebody, a car is just a necessity for everyday travel, for others, owning an individual garage of exorbitant cars is a passion. An Indian-origin businessman who lives in London, Reuben Singh, has such special passion. Recently, he took the world aback by complementing three Phantom sedans and three Cullinan SUVs, which are worth around Rs 50 crore, to his collection, increasing the total number of his Rolls-Royce models being to 20. Before these six luxury vehicles, the billionaire also possesses a collection of unique vehicles consisting of Lambo Huracan, Pagani Huayra, Porsche 918 Spyder and Ferrari F12 Berlinetta limited edition.
Three Phantom sedans and three Cullinan SUVs have been added to Reuben Singh's Rolls-Royce collection
Considering the fact that a Rolls Royce is often considered to be a car of extreme luxury, you may wonder why on earth Singh has bought so many units of the same car but with different colours. In a caption posted with an image on his Instagram, Singh has provided the answer to this question:
“In life so many things we do for ourselves are then irrelevantly questioned by others. People ask why? For what? Because of? What’s the point? So long as no one is hurt, no one is betrayed or no one is cheated; Smile and do whatever you want. There doesn’t need to be an answer for everyone’s question.”
Previously working under Tony Blair in the advisory panel for the UK government and also in various other positions, Reuben Singh became famous for being successful in founding a financial firm. Being inspired by the custom-made elements like Ruby, Emerald and Sapphire, he even named his latest car collection of premium Rolls-Royces as ‘Jewels Collection’. Moreover, Singh is also a popular character on social media, thanks to the turban challenge issued by himself. In this challenge, seven different turbans were worn by him on seven successive days, which matched his Rolls-Royce collection.