Sushant Singh Rajput loved luxury cars and bikes, owned a Range Rover, Maserati Quattroporte with same number – Pic proof | People News

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput‘s untimely demise has shaken the film fraternity. He was found hanging at his Bandra pad in Mumbai on June 14, 2020. The 34-year-old talented actor was reportedly battling depression for the past few months.  ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister shares what her son, 5, said when she told him ‘mamu is no more’ Sushant was a bright and inquisitive mind. His knowledge and a keen interest in science, cosmos, universe, mathematics and spirituality made him stand apart from the crowd of other stars.…

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bugatti chiron: This car’s yearly tune-up costs as much as a Civic

NEW YORK: At a typical starting price above $3 million, this ultra-sports car is more expensive than even some “entry-level” personal jets — and requires similar care and maintenance. While the pandemic has caused untold economic misery, the Chiron’s target market makes it recession proof, and enthusiasm for owning one of the fastest and most expensive and exclusive production cars in the world is undimmed. Nobody needs this car, but for those who have the means, it represents perfection. “I own everything — a McClaren, a Pagani — and there…

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Auto Expo 2020: MG Motors unveils Gloster SUV, aims to sell 5,000-6,000 units annually | Auto

Feb 08, 2020, 07:20PM ISTSource: TOI.in Morris Garages Motors India has unveiled its premium segment offering, the Gloster SUV, at the Auto Expo 2020 underway in Greater Noida. The company says it hopes to sell 5,000-6,000 units of the premium SUV annually in the beginning. Gloster SUV, likely to be priced at around Rs 50 lakh, will rival the likes of Land Cruiser Prado and Jeep Grand Cherokee in terms of size and segment. “With Gloster, we are trying to bring an Rs 80-90 lakh product to the market at…

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Mercedes Benz India: Good times ahead for luxury carmakers? Mercedes Benz India BSVI sales cross 6,000 mark

NEW DELHI: Luxury segment leader Mercedes-Benz India has sold over 6,000 units of BSVI-compliant cars so far and is fully prepared to embrace the new emission norms, a top company official said on Wednesday. “Last year when the market was down and volatile, I think we took the right decision is managing our inventory, so that we end up sitting on stocks, which we then had to sell off at a discounted price. We have already sold 6,000 units of BSVI vehicles,” Martin Schwenk told TOI on the sides of…

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