Mukesh Ambani's new car convoy is worth 16 crores
Mukesh Ambani is one of the richest Indian is know for luxury vehicles and now he has one more in his parking worth 16 crores.
Mukesh Ambani is one of the richest Indian is know for luxury vehicles and now he has one more in his parking worth 16 crores.His family, especially his sons Anant Ambani and Akash Ambani move around in super luxury vehicles. The Ambani garage consists of some high-end and latest cars from around the world and they even own vehicles like the Tesla Model S, Lamborghini Urus and Rolls Royce Cullinan. A new video shows that there is a new addition to the Ambani garage and it is the beastly, new-generation Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV! Mind you, that this is not the first G63 AMG in the Ambani garage. The new vehicle was spotted in the multi-crore convoy of the Ambani that includes private security vehicles.
However, the Mercedes-AMG G63 was the part of the convoy that also shows the Mukesh Ambani’s bulletproof W221 S-Class Guard. Other than that, the convoy was led a marked BMW X5, followed by the Mukesh Ambani’s Mercedes-Benz S-Class W221, two Mercedes-Benz GLS SUVs, Mercedes-AMG G63, and a sweeping marked BMW X5.
Meanwhile, it should be noted that the marked BMW X5 used in the security detail of the Ambanis were inducted a few years back. These vehicles are not provided by the government, but the Ambanis bought the X5s for the CISF soldiers who protect them. The Ambani family is protected by Z+ category security perimeter and the family pays to the CISF for the security detail.
The price of two BMW X5s in the convoy is nearby Rs 1.6 crores. The S-Class Guard W221 retails at around Rs 8-9 crores depending on the customisation and ballistic protection provided in the vehicle. The Mercedes-Benz GLS in the video costs near about a crore each, which means another Rs 2 crore to the convoy. The Mercedes-AMG G63 is the latest generation, which retails at about Rs 2.7 crores, on-road. The Land Rover Range Rover costs Rs 2 crores. In total, the whole convoy costs at around Rs 16.3 crores!