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Wife of Asia’s richest man Mukesh Ambani bought head-turning customized Rolls-Royce Phantom

It is actually quite tasteful
  • Mukesh Ambani is Asia’s richest man, with a reported net worth of over $115 billion
  • His wife recently added a new custom Rolls-Royce to their 170-vehicle car collection
  • The Phantom is customized throughout, from the interior to the figurine on the hood

Published on Apr 9, 2024 at 2:43PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 10, 2024 at 3:11PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

Mukesh Ambani is by far Asia’s richest man.

He regularly features in Forbes’ richest list, often making it all the way to the top 10.

As you can imagine, his wife, Nita Ambani, isn’t afraid of spending money, either.

That point is further proven by the new custom Rolls-Royce Phantom she recently added to the family’s collection.

READ MORE: Anant Ambani stuns guests at kids’ party wearing $6m watch

Ambani made headlines after splashing an enormous amount of cash on his son Anant’s pre-wedding party.

The one where Rihanna performed for an eye-watering fee and Mark Zuckerberg showed up, for once, actually looking rich.

Zuckerberg, again for the first time, even showed interest in the sort of stuff the rich usually buy, such as fancy watches.

The Ambanis have access to a huge car collection, around 170 vehicles in total, but the Phantom Nita Ambani just bought is particularly interesting because of the way it has been customized.

The Phantom VIII EWB, which stands for extended wheelbase, is painted in a unique shade of iridescent pink, with dish-style wheels and a gilded Spirit of Ecstasy figurine on the hood.

The interior is also customized, with beige leather upholstery, which is in turn adorned with red stitching and piping, as well as the letters NMA (Nita Mukesh Ambani) embroidered on the headrest.

And the price? The Phantom isn’t exactly the cheapest car in the world.

In fact, it is the most expensive production model Rolls-Royce makes, not including the limited-edition Droptail models.

And it obviously becomes way more expensive if you want to customize it.

The actual price is unknown, but we can safely assume it’s well over seven figures.

Still, for a family that is reportedly worth – per Forbes – $115.8 billion, a seven-figure car is just business as usual.

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