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THE CAR CULTURE IN INDIA IS ON A RISE!🔥

The Car Culture in India is on a rise! We have everything from Super saloons to exotic to Super SUVs. Cities like Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad are famous for their Car cultures, but for the first time ever an exotic got delivered to northeast India and that exotic is none other than the Lamborghini Urus.

According to some of my sources, an Amg GT black series is already on order and there would be some more Ferrari Roma's coming in a few months. If it continues to grow at the pace it is currently growing, there is no doubt that India will stand among Supercar-rich nations very soon!

Famous Indian car collector Gautam Singhania was recently seen in his 1969 Made for Dragstrip Mustang which had a blower on it, bigger than the engine of some Cars and had probably the widest rear tires I have ever seen, this Car made clear the fact that Gautam Singhania is a true Petrolhead and his obsession with American cars can be seen in his collection.

The 2nd Ferrari SF90 Stradale also got delivered to an owner in Mumbai and just to remind you, it’s the most expensive supercar you can buy in India, it costs 7.50 crore In Delhi and the on-road price comes to be around 8.6 crores and that’s without you taking the extra options that are available with the car.

Btw India has also started getting the deliveries of the Aston Martin DBX, which was just launched a few weeks ago, a few private imports are on their way to India, and if the speculations are correct that we also might get to see the delivery of a Mclaren 765Lt in India.

The tuning and the wrapping culture of cars are also on an increase, and overall, it feels good because the launch of the 3rd generation of Hayabusa has already given a spark to the existing fans and the customers, so everyone is ready to experience the madness, it’s gonna rain Hayabusa everywhere and once the Supercars start arriving, it’s gonna rain supercars too!

Can’t wait to experience seeing these beauties in person!

Let’s goooooooo!



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