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Nita Ambani seen in her customized Rolls-Royce for the first time as Ambani family ‘turn Google maps red’

Even at night, the bright pink Roller stands out.
  • Nita Ambani, the wife of Asia’s wealthiest man, recently took delivery of a Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII EWB
  • The luxury Roller was recently spotted cruising through Mumbai
  • Despite being recorded at night, the bright shade of pink stands out in the dark

Published on Apr 10, 2024 at 3:57PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 11, 2024 at 1:13PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

When you’re part of Asia’s wealthiest family, there’s a strong chance you’re going to have access to a huge collection of exotic cars – including a Rolls-Royce, if you want one.

With money seemingly no object, the family frequently updates their garage with new, expensive cars.

One of their recent additions is a pink-colored Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII EWB.

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It wasn’t that long ago that Asia’s wealthiest family were filmed driving an unbelievable 20-car convoy through Dubai.

But the latest sighting was of Nita Ambani, wife of Mukesh Ambani, who was spotted driving her head-turning customized Roller in Mumbai, India.

The above video, shared to Instagram by Automobili Ardent, shows Nita’s Rolls-Royce in a very unique shade of pink driving along a road in the city.

Despite being filmed at night, the color of the luxury ride still stands out in the darkness.

What’s most surprising, though, is that the cabin of the car is clearly visible, with Nita being chauffeured around whilst she sits in the back seat.

She wasn’t alone, though, as the security officer sitting in the co-passenger seat can be seen looking at the car spotter recording the video.

There was no shortage of security around the Rolls-Royce, with a Toyota Fortuner, Range Rover Vogue, Mahindra XUV500, Scorpio, and an MG Gloster SUV in the convoy.

The video, which has already garnered more than 60,000 views and 4,000 likes in less than 24 hours, has left users surprised to see the cabin lights on in the Rolls-Royce.

“Why are the lights inside the Rolls-Royce on? Do they prefer it that way? I’ve never seen it on any of their other cars,” one user wrote.

In response, another user wrote that it’s possible that the Starlight roof liner in the car, which has hundreds of tiny LEDs that create a night sky effect, might’ve been turned on.

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 cream 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.

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