Check out the five most expensive cars in Mukesh Ambani’s multi-crore car collection, listed in the descending order of price.
Mukesh Ambani is the most successful businessman in India right now. Consequently, his garage is one of the most expensive collections of cars, not only in our country, but the entire world. His wheels include a few Rolls-Royce cars, Lamborghinis, BMWs, Mercedes-Benz, Bentleys, Range Rovers, and even a Tesla.
Here, we have listed the five most expensive cars owned by the Ambani family. We have also included videos of all the cars mentioned here, in case you wanted to see them in action!
Kicking off our list is the long-wheelbase version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, the most expensive stock car built by the company. There are plenty of customisation options offered as add-ons by the brand, which further increase the price of the vehicle! The Phantom LWB is powered by a massive 6¾-litre (6,749cc) V12 petrol engine, which generates a maximum power of 568 PS and a peak torque of 900 Nm. The Phantom has a huge near-6-metre length, which liberates plenty of interior room when coupled together with the 3.8-metre long wheelbase.
Prices – Rs. 8.9 crore (ex-showroom price)
Mukesh Ambani's Mercedes-Benz S-Guard | Su Lats
Mercedes-Benz S-Class is the most luxurious sedan built by the three-point star, south of the Maybachs. A standard S-Class, however, would be too mainstream for the Ambanis now, wouldn’t it? As such, the family decided to opt for the armoured version of the car, called the Mercedes S-guard. The car comes factory-fitted with VR9 rated ballistic protection. Of course, the added armour makes the car extremely heavy, but that’s not a problem for its 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 engine. With a maximum power figure of 630 PS and a peak torque rating of 1000 Nm, the heft of the car is well controlled here.
Mukesh Ambani's BMW 7-Series Hi-Security | G-Central
Similar to the S-Guard, BMW offers a factory-prepared armoured-version of its flagship sedan, the 7-series. Dubbed “High-Security”, the car is also the preferred choice of ride for the Prime Minister of India. The 7-Series High Security gets VR7 ballistic protection, and also has self-healing fuel tanks and run-flat tyres (which can be driven on even after they get punctured). To haul all the heavy metal around, there is a 6.6-litre V12 engine under the hood, with 600 PS and 850 Nm of peak power and torque, respectively.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe
Prices – Rs. 7.8 crore (ex-showroom price)
Mukesh Ambani's Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe | Satisfaction Guaranteed
Convertibles or drop-top cars are a favourite among auto enthusiasts who love to feel the wind in their hair. Mukesh Ambani’s youngest son, Anant, has been spotted multiple times driving around in one of the most expensive convertible cars ever made, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. The ‘Drophead’ is essentially a two-door, short-wheelbase version of the Phantom with a folding rooftop. The engine is the same 6¾-litre V12 as the Phantom LWB, but is detuned to makes lesser power and torque figure, 460 PS and 720 Nm, respectively.
Mukesh Ambani's Rolls-Royce Cullinan | Deals on Wheels
The first Rolls-Royce SUV ever, the Cullinan has found a place in many millionaire homes. The base price of the car is Rs. 6.95 crores, but there are plenty of accessories and customisation options that can raise the price of the car quite swiftly. The engine is the same 6¾-litre Rolls-Royce V12, this time producing 610 PS of peak power and 840 Nm of maximum torque. The Cullinan has also been reported to have brilliant off-road abilities, but we doubt that any owner would want to check that out!