Mukesh Ambani is one of the richest Indians with net worth of $23 Billion dollars. He owns India’s second biggest company.
Besides being a business magnet, he is also an investor and a philanthropist. No materialistic pleasure is out of his reach and below listed are the top 10 most expensive things owned by him.
Estimated at $1 Billion dollars him home Antilla is the most expensive home in the world.Located at Cumballa hill area in Mumbai, this house is 27 stories high and features 400,000 sq feet of living space and stands 570 feet tall.
This home also staffs 600 of his employees and has a 50 person home theater along with 6 floors of dedicated parking space only.
There are 9 high speed elivators and 3 helipads.There are also health clubs with sparkling pools,dance studio,yoga room,relaxation terrace and several glass floored apartments. Only Buckingham palace is worth more than Antilla.
9. Falcon 900EX
Ambani’s Falcon 900EX aircraft has a midflight office, cabin with game controls, music systems , satellite televisions , wireless communications and allows the businessman to fly out at great pace. It is perfect for small meetings and with a range of 8,340 km, it’s estimated cost is 43.3 million dollars.
8. Maybach 62
Maybach 62 is an extremely luxurious car owned by Ambani.It has a custom tailored interior with privacy screen and is bomb and bullet proof along with built in tv screens and conference facilities.Its estimated cost is upwards of 1 million dollars.
7. Boeing Business Jet 2
He acquired his second jet in 2007.Featuring 1004 sq feet cabin space which has seating space for 78 passengers is used for his own private uses. Cockpit of this plane has Honeywell digital avionics system and heads up display Flight dynamics. With a range of 6,616 miles and top speed of Mach 0.82 this plane is a flying hotel with executing lounge and private suites.Mukesh paid $73 million dollars for this private jet.
6. Mercedes S class
This car is similar to Maybach 62 and is bomb and bullet proof with an on board conference centre,laptops and Tv screens.It can go to 0-60 in just 3.9 seconds and Ambani paid $150,000 dollars for this car.
5. Airbus 319 Corporate Jet
This massive jet can carry up to 25 passengers and is equipped with large entertainment cabin, luxury sky bar and fancy dining area.Custom leather seating, air conditioning and state of the art cockpit makes this jet cost more than more than 100 million dollars.
4. Mercedes SL500
This car also matches up to Mukesh’s stature with bomb and bullet proof facilities. This car features gull-wing doors, luxury interior, aluminum body shell and on board conference centre that was of course an added optional extra.The car also has 7 speed automatic transmission and a turbo charged 6L engine that can produce 621 horse power.Mukesh had to pay excess of $100,000 to buy this car.
3. Ambani Yacht
Mukesh Ambani also owns this floating palace on high seas.This massive custom built yacht is of the shape of a horse shoe and is extremely energy efficient and has a fuel saving of 50%. The decks of the yacht are connected by stairs however there is also a private elevator to the owner’s suite.
The boat will also feature a retracting solar glass roof, is 58 meters long and 38 meters wide. This yacht also has features like a piano bar, lounge and dining area with personal suites for guests and a reading room on the middle deck.Although no official price is declared yet, this yacht is rumoured to be priced over hundred of millions.
2. Aston Martin Rapide
One of the costliest cars in this list, this car can accelerate from 0-60 is over in just 4.4 seconds and the car has a max speed of around 203 miles per hour and is priced at $170,000 dollars. The 5.9L V12 engine and 8 speed automatic transmission combine to provide a fast, safe and powerful ride for Mukesh Ambani to enjoy.
1. Reliance Industries Ltd
Mukesh Ambani owns a 44.75% stake in the company which is an Indian conglomerate holding company headquartered in Mumbai, India. The company owns many large businesses across India including energy, petrochemicals, textiles, natural resources, retail, and telecommunications. It makes profit of $4.1 billion dollars per year.
The company currently has 100 million customers and playing its part in ensuring India’s energy security all while operating the world’s largest refinery.