Laskhyaraj Singh Mewar, the prince of Udaipur is one of the most prominent personalities in India, especially when it comes to automobiles. The prince has a side of being an automobile enthusiast. He recently took the delivery of two Force Urbania luxury vans. The new vehicles are likely to be used as chauffeurs for the guests staying at the City Palace.
Force introduced the new premium Urbania brand recently. There was a ceremony for the delivery of the new vehicles that was done inside the compound of the City Palace. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar himself took the delivery of the new arrivals in his garage.
Before this chief of Mahindra and Mahindra himself delivered a Mahindra Thar to the price of Udaipur a few years ago. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar also owns several vintage cars and has a display of his collection in the city too.
Force Urbania vans
Based on the same platform as the Force Traveller, the Urbania is a luxurious and more premium version of the same. The new range of vehicles gets features like LED DRLs that also work as turn indicators, LED tail lamps, projector headlamps, sealed glass panels, three units of air conditioning for even and quick cooling, individual reclining seats, individual AC vents and charging ports with each seat. The vehicle is designed based on European vans.
The City Palace of Udaipur hosts high-class weddings of celebrities and businessmen in India. Adding the new luxurious vans will allow them to ferry to the airports for the transfer of guests.
The driver of the new Urbania vans also gets features like tilt and telescopic steering wheel, infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, dual front airbags, a semi-digital instrument cluster, a reverse parking camera and many more high-end features.
Laskyaraj Singh Mewar also talks about how the new vans feel and how luxurious they are in a video shared by Force Motors Ltd.
Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar also talked about Thar
In the video on the official channel of Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, he says that he loved the vehicle and congratulated Team Mahindra on bringing a new made-in-India vehicle. He also said that he will not compare the all-new Thar will the older one but he loves the fact that the vehicle is made in India.
The garage of the prince is full of vintage exotics and modern classics like a Rolls Royce Ghost. He received the delivery of the Ghost way back in 2012 and the luxury sedan has been spotted driving around the city multiple times since then. His father, Maharana Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar is a car fanatic too. His family bought its first Rolls Royce way back in 1911 and at a point of time, all the vehicles in the Udaipur belonged to the Mewar family.