Vicky Kaushal Car Collection And Net Worth

The Car Collection of Vicky Kaushal

Vicky Kaushal was born on May 16, 1988, in Bombay, Maharashtra, India. He is an actor and assistant director, known for Uri: The Surgical Strike, Sanju, and Sardar Udham. Kaushal is the recipient of numerous accolades including a National Film Award and two Filmfare Awards and has appeared in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 list of 2019. As of now, Vicky Kaushal is currently married to Katrina Kaif. His estimated net worth stands at Rs.40 Crores, with an annual salary of Rs. 10 Crore. His car collection is small yet exciting and full of exotics.

Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class₹75 Lakh
BMW 5-Series₹55 Lakh
Land Rover Range Rover₹2.4 Crore

1. Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class


Mercedes-AMG GLE-Class ditches the Benz branding and beautifully sports the AMG treatment. This makes the mid-size SUV more powerful, a much more performance-oriented suspension setup, and plenty of design twGLE classeaks. Mercedes-AMG offers the GLE-class models in both wagon and fastback body styles, as well as in GLE53 and 63 S guises too. The former houses a 429-hp forced induction straight-six under its hood, while the latter relies on a 603-hp twin-turbocharged V8 for any time performing. Both have standard all-wheel drive. It has spacious first and seconds row sitting but optional third row is quite cramped and feels comfortable only for children. Although their cargo capacity is less, the hunchbacked AMG GLE53 and GLE63 S Coupes are pricier than their square back counterparts.

2. BMW 5-Series


This is the car for anybody who wants to enjoy pleasure and comfort from the rear, especially Vicky Kaushal. Although the BMW 5 Series isn’t the enthusiastic car one is looking for. But one might consider it because of its roomier and more luxurious cabin inside with loads of options to choose from. It offers a multi-powertrain option from a good fuel economy turbo four up to the growling twin-turbocharged V8. Which makes your road trips and highway cruising much silkier and which isn’t given by its rivals.

3. Land Rover Range Rover

Range Rover

Land Rover Range Rover is what global elites get attracted to the Range Rover. As, this doesn’t offer the SUV’s legendary off-road capability, but rather it is effortlessly elegant styling, an opulent cabin, and the A-list status that it’s developed over the years. Starting with a turbocharged inline-six with a 48-volt hybrid system named P400. This churns out 395 hp. On testing, it proved to be buttery-smooth and provided enough juice to pull the large-bodied Rover around. While a 523-hp twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine; Land Rover named it P530 is even vivacious and cranks up the Range Rover’s towing capacity to 8200 pounds.

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