It is no surprise that the car collection of Mukesh Ambani is one of the biggest and most envious ones in the country today. Apart from a range of exotics, the daily convoy of cars used by him also has a range of luxurious vehicles. It includes Range Rover Vogue as one of the pilot cars.
While the Range Rover is one of the most impeccable SUVs in the world right now, it is also susceptible to the problem of battery discharge. Shown here is a picture outside ‘Antilia’, the residence of Mukesh Ambani, clicked by Manish Jain. In this picture, we can see a person trying to start the Range Rover Vogue pilot car with the help of a jump-start cable. It looks like the battery of the Range Rover Vogue might have died, which is a common problem if the vehicle is not in use for a long time.
This problem is understandable because many cars were not used for a long time due to lockdown norms because of COVID-19. The vehicle used to jump-start the Range Rover Vogue is also the same model, which too looks like one of the pilot cars of the convoy of Mukesh Ambani.
Convoy of Mukesh Ambani
Due to his coveted image as the richest businessman of India, Mukesh Ambani has been provided with a Z+ level of security. Under this security level, he is bound to move in a convoy of vehicles wherever he goes. The Z+ security level is provided to not only him but to his other family members as well.
The car which Mukesh Ambani uses to move around usually remains in the centre of the convoy, which has got a couple of Range Rover Vogues as pilot cars. The convoy also has other SUVs such as Mercedes-AMG G63, Ford Endeavour and MG Gloster, all of which are used by the security personnel. Except for the car used by Mukesh Ambani and his family members, all these convoy cars come with red and blue beacons.
Mukesh Ambani himself uses top-of-the-line luxury cars, usually from Rolls Royce or Bentley. He can also be seen in armoured vehicles such as BMW 7 Series High Security, Mercedes-Benz S-Class Guard and Mercedes-Benz S600 Guard.
The Mercedes-Benz S600 Guard is the latest acquisition by him, which was bought in 2020. Based on the W222 generation of S600 Maybach, the price of this armoured sedan is estimated to be around Rs 10 crore. Produced in limited numbers by carmakers, the armoured vehicles take several months to manufactured.