The only Indian in the world who owns this car
The most important thing is that the price of this car is so high that even the richest person cannot afford it
New Delhi,Hobbies are a big deal. Everyone must have some hobby in their life. History is witness that big kingdoms were sold due to this hobby. For example, the lover we are going to tell you about today did not sell his kingdom.
But this hobby of his is being discussed all over the world. There are many people around the world who love to keep expensive cars in their garages. Such people do not think at all before spending lakhs and crores of rupees on a car. That is, despite the craze of expensive cars all over the world, there are some cars which are not possible for everyone to include in their collection.
One such car company is Bugatti, whose supercars are as special as they are awesome. Even big celebrities cannot easily afford the cars of this company because the price of Bugatti cars starts from 11-12 crore rupees. But today we are going to tell you about his passion for cars now becoming world famous. An Indian-origin businessman living in America named Mayur Shri owns many luxury cars, but these days he is in the limelight for his Bugatti Shiron supercar.
A person who owns property equal to the value of this car considers himself rich. The most important thing is that the price of this car is so high that even the richest person cannot afford it. This is the reason why Mayur Sri is known as the only Indian in the world who owns a 21 crore Bugatti Chiron supercar. While there are many Indians living abroad who own a Bugatti Veyron, this car costs much less than Mayur Sri’s Bugatti Shiron.
The price of these cars is around 12 crore rupees. In such a situation, Mayur Shri is the only NRI who owns a Rs 21 crore Bugatti Shiron. The big thing is that Mayur Shri bought this car not for himself but for his father. He gifted this supercar to his father.
Mayur Sri, who lives in America today, may have a multi-billion dollar business in South Africa, but there was a time when his ancestors worked as slaves. Yes, peacock ancestors were brought to South Africa from India in the early 1860s.
They arrived here under indentured servitude. After this, Mayur Sri’s grandfather earned his living by working in a factory and his father started with a slaughterhouse in Africa. But due to their hard work, this family is now included in the list of rich people in South Africa and America.ss1