Reuben Singh, who was in news last year for a unique 7 days challenger after an Englishman mocked his turban and called it a bandage has got six more brand new Rolls Royce cars. The London-based Entrepreneur posted pictures of his 7 different Rolls Royce while wearing a colour matching turban last year. The pictures went viral on the Internet. Reuben Singh has not stopped there, he has now posted a picture of 6 brand new Rolls Royce bought by him. He calls it the Jewels collection.
The new fleet of Rolls Royce bought by the businessman has 3 Rolls Royce Phantoms and 3 Rolls Royce Cullinans. The name Jewels Collection comes from the brilliant bespoke colours of the brand new Rolls Royce. All the cars are inspired by the colour of Rubies, Emerlands and Sapphires.
Each of the Phantom and the Cullinan gets the Ruby, Emerland and Sapphire bespoke paint job. The Ruby and the Emerald coloured Rolls Royce vehicles were delivered to him a few days back while the Phantom and the Cullinan with the Sapphire paint job was delivered to him recently. It completes his Jewel collection but Mr Singh says in a caption that “there is always a room for more”.
Mr Singh is very active on the social media websites and keeps on putting pictures of his extravagant garage. He is an entrepreneur and is also the CEO of the alldayPA and Isher Capital. Mr Singh is widely recognised in the UK for his business skills and was once called the British Bill Gates.
He started Miss Attitude firm when he was just 17 and the business became one of the most popular fashion retail store chains in the UK. Later, he was forced to sell off Miss Attitude for just £1. Mr Singh has also been invited by the former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair to serve on a government advisory panel on small businesses and the Competitiveness Council. He has held several public positions in the British government in the past too.
Coming back to his garage, Mr Reuben Singh is a car enthusiast and is believed to own more than ten Rolls Royce cars before he got his hands on the Jewel Collection. With the latest addition to his garage, the total number of Rolls Royce models are about 20. Apart from the Rolls Royce, he owns several exotic sets of wheels. He also owns a Bugatti Veyron, a Porsche 918 Spyder, Pagani Huayara, Lamborghini Huracan and a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta limited edition, which is only one in the ever produced in the world. He also owns a few private jets and regularly posts pictures of them on his social media handle.
The Rolls Royce Phantom is the most expensive Rolls Royce sedan in the market while the Rolls Royce Cullinan is the only SUV produced by the British luxury car marker. When Mr Singh took the delivery of the Jewel Collection, the CEO of Rolls Royce, Torsten Muller-Otvos delivered the vehicles himself to the billionaire. Each of the Cullinan costs around £250,000 without any add-ons. The Phantom comes with a price of £360,000. With the add-ons and bespoke accessories like the paint job can increase the price by several thousand British pounds.