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In Pics | Mukesh Ambani buys India's most expensive car ever

The chief of India's Reliance Industries Mukesh Ambani has bought the priceless and ultra-premium car Rolls Royce Cullinan and this will be a third Cullinan model in the Ambani's garage. 
Last Updated : 11 February 2022, 17:32 IST

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Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani has reportedly purchased India’s most expensive car. Credit: Rolls Royce & PTI Photo
Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani has reportedly purchased India’s most expensive car. Credit: Rolls Royce & PTI Photo
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Ambani bought the ultra-premium car Rolls Royce Cullinan worth 13.14 crore, it is one of the most expensive car purchases ever in the country. Credit: Rolls Royce
Ambani bought the ultra-premium car Rolls Royce Cullinan worth 13.14 crore, it is one of the most expensive car purchases ever in the country. Credit: Rolls Royce
The base price of the car, when first launched in 2018, was Rs 6.95 crore, but auto industry experts said customized modifications would have added up the price substantially. Credit: Rolls Royce
The base price of the car, when first launched in 2018, was Rs 6.95 crore, but auto industry experts said customized modifications would have added up the price substantially. Credit: Rolls Royce
The Rolls Royce Cullinan in petrol variant has been registered by RIL at the Tardeo Regional Transport Office in South Mumbai on January 31, 2022. Credit: Rolls Royce
The Rolls Royce Cullinan in petrol variant has been registered by RIL at the Tardeo Regional Transport Office in South Mumbai on January 31, 2022. Credit: Rolls Royce
The company has opted for the 'Tuscan Sun' colour for the 12-cylinder car weighing over 2.5 tonnes and producing 564 BHP power, and also obtained a special number plate, RTO officials said. Credit: Rolls-Royce India
The company has opted for the 'Tuscan Sun' colour for the 12-cylinder car weighing over 2.5 tonnes and producing 564 BHP power, and also obtained a special number plate, RTO officials said. Credit: Rolls-Royce India
RIL has also paid Rs 12 lakh for getting a VIP number for its chairman and managing director's new car. The number ends with “0001”, officials added. Credit: Rolls Royce
RIL has also paid Rs 12 lakh for getting a VIP number for its chairman and managing director's new car. The number ends with “0001”, officials added. Credit: Rolls Royce
Further, a one-time tax of Rs 20 lakh has been paid by RIL for the car whose registration is valid till January 30, 2037, and another Rs 40,000 has been paid towards road safety tax. Credit: Rolls Royce
Further, a one-time tax of Rs 20 lakh has been paid by RIL for the car whose registration is valid till January 30, 2037, and another Rs 40,000 has been paid towards road safety tax. Credit: Rolls Royce
Rolls Royce Cullinan was launched in India in 2018 as a hatchback capable of taking both paved and rough roads, and this will be a third Cullinan model in the Ambani/RIL garage. Credit: Rolls Royce
Rolls Royce Cullinan was launched in India in 2018 as a hatchback capable of taking both paved and rough roads, and this will be a third Cullinan model in the Ambani/RIL garage. Credit: Rolls Royce
Cullinan is the first all-terrain SUV from Rolls-Royce's stable, as per the British manufacturer's website. Credit: Rolls Royce
Cullinan is the first all-terrain SUV from Rolls-Royce's stable, as per the British manufacturer's website. Credit: Rolls Royce
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Published 11 February 2022, 11:16 IST

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