Sunny Leone's Dream Car PINK Hindustan Ambassador with Automatic Transmission

by Jatin Chhibber | 20/05/2020
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In a recent interview, actress Sunny Leone reveals that she wants to own a Hindustan Ambassador. She also said that she'll customize the car as per her preference.

The Indo-Canadian actress Sunny Leone has a huge fan following in India. She has done multiple music videos and Indian movies. Sunny spends a lot of time in India but she stays in Canada and the USA, where she owns a few exotic and premium cars. In her recent interview with Mashable India, Sunny revealed that she desires to own a Hindustan Ambassador and she would love to own one in the near future. The video starts by showing the video anchor, sunny and her husband sitting inside a car and talking. Sunny reveals that she wants a modified Hindustan Ambassador painted in a glitter pink colour.


This Modified Hindustan Ambassador Limousine Looks Classy

Sunny also said that she cannot drive manual cars, so she wants an Ambassador with an automatic transmission. She also wants the cabin of the car fully customized. Sunny wants pink and white interior with no use of leather because she’s against animal killing and is also an activist for PETA. She also owns a limited-edition Maserati Ghibli Nerrisimo in America, which Sunny gifted to herself a few years back. In India, the actress roams around in a BMW 730 Ld, which was gifted to her by her husband Daniel Weber. 

Sunny Leone's Dream Car PINK Hindustan Ambassador


Old is Gold: History of Hindustan Ambassador

Talking about the Hindustan Ambassador, the classic sedan was discontinued in the Indian market a few years back. It was the first-ever car that was made in India. The car is still owned by a lot of enthusiasts, collectors and ministers around the country. The classic sedan was powered by a 1.8-litre, fuel-injected, Isuzu-soureced petrol engine. Also, on offer was a 2.0-litre diesel engine option. Both the motors were paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. On 24th March 2014, the production line of Hindustan Ambassador was shut down, after the iconic sedan served the nation for over 5 decades. In 2017, the ‘Ambassador’ nameplate was sold to PSA Grope, which is likely to enter our market by next year.

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