Looks like there has been a lot of action when it comes to celebrities buying cars over the past month or so. Here are 10 celebs who have bought new vehicles:
Range Rover Sport
SRK has openly said that the doesn’t really bother much about cars and that it just takes him from Point A to B. After having recently sold his 7 Series, it looks like he has picked up a new Range Rover Sport. The Sport recently saw a massive price cut due to the fluctuation of the British Pound and then due to GST. The Sport can be had in a total of 4 engine options, ranging from a 3.0 V6 diesel to a 4.4 V8 diesel and then there is also the 5.0 liter V8 petrol on offer.
After having had a well kitted out Range Rover Vogue and a BMW 5 Series, it looks like Jacqueline has upgraded to a S500 Maybach. The S500 is the most affordable Maybach on sale and has replaced the normal S500 which was on sale. Power comes from a 4.7 liter V8 that produces 453 Bhp and 700 Nm.
Looks like there are a lot of new Maybachs that have hit the industry. Actress Rani Mukerji has also picked up a S500 Maybach, in the nice blue shade. The Maybach is the best vehicle if you are looking for a chauffeur driven vehicle at that price point. The vehicle costs Rs 1.8 crore ex-showroom.
VW introduced the GTI last year as a hot hatch. The vehicle was priced at Rs 26 lakhs ex-showroom. Power came from the 1.8 liter TSI engine making 188 Bhp and 250 Nm. The engine is mated to a 7-speed DSG. Mammootty has always been passionate about driving and has a really good taste when it comes to sporty car, which is the reason why he picked up the GTI. The GTI also shares space with a Mini Cooper S.
BMW 7 Series
Looks the 7 Series has started becoming a popular choice among the celebs now. After a few of them picked the 7 sometime back, Anoop Menon has also ended up getting one. The 7 Series can be had with 4 engine options, the 730d, the 740i, the 750i and the massive M760i which has a V12. The 7 Series is well loaded with a lot of gizmos, like 360 camera, gesture control as well as the remote parking, which allows you to move the vehicle backwards and forwards without actually being in the car.