These Are The 11 Costliest Things Mukesh Ambani Owns

Cars, private jets and what not!

These Are The 11 Costliest Things Mukesh Ambani Owns
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What would you buy if you were the richest man in the country? A gold plated helicopter? Or, on the other hand, the greatest yacht ever? Will you make a luxurious house or purchase the speediest auto?

Earning a tremendous amount of money is the greatest desire each individual has and planning how to spend that money is the greatest fantasy. Right? But what about the people who already loaded with a huge amount of money in their bank accounts? Oh, yeah! I know the first name that must have popped in your head is Mukesh Ambani.

He is the wealthiest man in India. Besides, as indicated by the present list, he is at #19 on the rundown of being the World's Wealthiest Man. So, how about we see what all does he hold in the wake of owning such an enormous measure of fortune.

#1. A BMW worth Rs 8.5 crore.

#1. A BMW worth Rs 8.5 crore.

According to a report by Business Insider, Mukesh Ambani travels in his BMW760Li, which is India's most expensive car. The car is a regular BMW 760Li which costs Rs 1.9 crore on the road. But as per Ambani's Z-category security requirement, it was armored by BMW Germany. Since the import duty on armored cars is 300%, the cost of the car ballooned to Rs. 8.5 crore, hence the high registration cost. 

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#2. The home called Antilia.

#2. The home called Antilia.
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The home called Antilia cost an estimated $1 billion to build. The 400,000-square foot building has 27 stories, but since some ceilings are double-height, it's closer to the size of a 40-storey building.

#3. A multi-storey garage.

#3. A multi-storey garage.
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Antilia contains a multi-storey garage with space for 168 cars. It also has three helipads on the roof, in case you prefer to arrive by air.

#4. The Falcon 900

#4. The Falcon 900
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Mukesh Ambani's the Falcon 900 can fly 14 passengers. According to the sources, the aircraft has a range of 8,340 km, improved avionics and has an estimated cost of 43.3 million dollars to buy a new one.

#5. Airbus 319 

#5. Airbus 319 
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According to the sources, Mukesh Ambani also owns A-319 that has a capacity of 180 passengers and is valued at Rs 230 crore. 

#6. Boeing Business Jet 2

#6. Boeing Business Jet 2
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The richest man in India owns of the most luxurious and expensive private jet, a Boeing Business Jet 2 which costs  $73 million. Also referred to as the BBJ2, the magnificent aircraft carries a perfect mix of grandeur and 21st-century technology. 

According to the sources, for Mr Ambani, his BBJ2 has been provided with certain interior modifications, which includes a boardroom and plush executive seats.

#7. Maybach 62

#7. Maybach 62
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Mukesh Ambani's favourite amongst all of his cars is Maybach 62. He was the first man to buy a Maybach in India.

According to the sources, the car has all the latest technologies from meetings to video conferencing. With 5513 CC engine and with the top speed of 250 km/hour, it takes only 5.4 seconds to go from 0 to 100 km/h. 

#8. Aston Martin Rapide

#8. Aston Martin Rapide
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This rather infamous Aston Martin was involved in a fatality in 2013 when it crashed into an Audi and a Hyundai sedan near the Ambani house late at night. The customised Aston Martin had cost the family a whopping Rs 4.5 crore and was registered in the name of their company, Reliance Ports.

#9. Rolls-Royce Phantom

#9. Rolls-Royce Phantom
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The grand old lady of the Rolls-Royce family, this is one ride Ambani has in common with a good friend, Amitabh Bachchan.

#10. Mercedes Benz S

#10. Mercedes Benz S
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The Mercedes Benz S Guard is the modified version of the S600. The car is armored with Z category security system. According to Mercedes-Benz, it is 'one of the safest luxury spots on earth'. Ambani was number 57 on the global wait list for the 2015 armored model of the car, which was also the first in India.

#11. Reliance Industries

#11. Reliance Industries
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Reliance Industries owns businesses across India engaged in energy, petrochemicals, textiles, natural resources, retail, and telecommunications. The firm earns the profit of US$4.7 billion every year. Mukesh Ambani holds a 44.7% stake in the company.

That's all, folks. 

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