6. VC Burman and His Mercedes Kompressor
VC Burman, a business czar who is in charge of Dabur India Ltd., a consumer commodity giant, is one of India’s richest men today. The chairman of the multibillion-dollar empire owns one of the most expensive four-wheelers in the world—the Mercedes-Benz Kompressor.
The costs of the Kompressor type cars range between 3 million and 10 million Indian rupees, which is considered an inexpensive toy only by India’s elite class. Burman frequently shows his Kompressor and the rest of his sports car fleet off at social gatherings.
7. Anil Ambani and His Lamborghini Gallardo
If Mukesh made it to the headlines for his assemblage of automobiles, his younger brother doesn’t want to be left behind. Anil Ambani, head of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, has an astounding collection of vehicles. Among them are the world-renowned Audi Q7, Lexus, Porsche, Mercedes GLK350, and the Range Rover.
However, the center of attraction of his collection is the marvelous Lamborghini Gallardo, which can rarely be found on the streets of India. For many, the Lamborghini Gallardo is a dream car; but unfortunately, it is out of a common man’s league since its price range is between 30 and 35 million Indian rupees.
8. Kumar Mangalam Birla and His BMW
Kumar Mangalam Birla, the owner of the multibillion-dollar Hindalco business empire, bought the world-renowned BMW 5 Series at the time when it was still uncommon in India. Birla’s BMW was imported from Germany and was customized, which makes it more one-of-a-kind.
9. Shiv Nadar and His Rolls Royce Phantom
Shiv Nadar founded one of the most renowned software firms in the world today—the Hindustan Computers Limited, also popularly known as HCL. Today, he is one of the most prominent businessmen in the whole Asian subcontinent. Nadar has a net worth of 13–14 billion USD. Similar to his other Indian billionaire colleagues, Nadar owns a Rolls Royce Phantom, his very own super-expensive toy.
10. Vijay Mallya and His Four-Wheeled Toys
Commonly known as ‘‘King of Good Times’’ and the ‘‘Showman of Indian Business,’’ the United Breweries chairman’s car assemblage speaks a lot about Vijay Mallya’s extravagant lifestyle. He has a lot of vintage classics apart from the ones he has, which makes him a standout in the world of business associates. Some of the famous ones he has include a 1994 version of Jaguar XJ 220, a 1926 Mercedes K Type, a 1925 Sunbeam, and a 1965 model of Shelby America Cobra 427.