Buying a Rolls-Royce is a dream of many car buyers, but only a handful in the world can live this dream. However, the U.K’s very own Reuben Singh actually owns more than 15 Rolls-Royce luxury cars!
Reuben Singh, a London-based Indian-Origin businessman has just bought 6 brand new Rolls-Royce luxury cars worth over Rs 50 Crore in Britain, 3 units each of Phantom luxury sedan and recently launched Cullinan luxury SUV.
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Reuben Singh, who runs a financial company in London flaunted his new vehicles on Instagram, the same social media platform where he got famous last year for his Rolls-Royce Turban challenge. The Londoner posted images of him wearing different turbans 7 days matching his collection of Rolls-Royce of various colors. Needless to say, the pictures went viral on the Internet.
His new collection of 6 uber-luxury cars is named the Jewels collection by Singh. The name Jewels Collection is inspired by the bespoke colours of the Rolls-Royce fleet and all the cars are inspired by the colour of Rubies, Emerlands and Sapphires.
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You don’t take a photo You make it! Every photo has a story to tell, a memory to cherish, or a milestone accomplished. In life so many things we do for ourselves are then irrelevantly questioned by others. People ask why? For what? Because of? What’s the point? So long as no one is hurt, no one is betrayed or no one is cheated; Smile 😁 and do whatever you want. There doesn’t need to be an answer for everyone’s question. We all have aspirations fuelled by inspirations found in our own life’s or seen in others. Surround yourself with people that inspire you to dream, motivate you to achieve, and fuel you to break though your barrier of fear. You either succeed or learn but you only fail if you give up. Believe in God and trust in your own ability & let the ones who want to watch, watch; the ones who want to talk, talk. And the the ones who want to celebrate with you, celebrate (even if you have a few of these your luckier than most 😉). Rise each morning ready to write your history as everyday is a new beginning . . . . . . #brightenyourday #RR #RollsRoyce #RollsRoycePhantom #India #Indian #Desi #Sikh #Singh #Swag #style #OOTD #pictureoftheday #pictureperfect #style #Forbes #Entrepreneur #business #pictureoftheday #supercars #passion #petrolhead #reubensingh #carstagram @rvcjinsta @chaai_garam #london #bling #highsnobiety #punjabi #punjab @urban_melange #hypebeast @rollsroycecars #balleralert
While the Ruby and the Emerald coloured Rolls-Royce vehicles were delivered few days back, Sapphire painted Phantom and Cullinan was delivered to him recently. Singh says “there is always a room for more”. Singh is often called the British Bill Gates.
Reuben Singh has served under the former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair on a government advisory panel on small businesses and the Competitiveness Council. He has held several public positions in the British government in the past too.
Apart from so many Rolls-Royces, he also owns a Bugatti Veyron, Porsche 918 Spyder, Pagani Huayara, Lamborghini Huracan and Ferrari F12 Berlinetta limited edition (the only one in the world).
The CEO of Rolls Royce, Torsten Muller-Otvos himself delivered the Jewel collection to the billionaire that costs around £250,000, while the Phantom is priced at £360,000. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan was recently launched in India at a price tag of Rs 6.95 Crore (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Cullinan is named after the largest diamond ever discovered which now resides in the British Crown Jewels.