We all came across the video and reports of the crash in which a Rolls Royce Phantom collided with a fuel tanker at high speed in Haryana. In the accident, the truck driver and the helper sadly lost their lives. The three passengers in the Rolls Royce were admitted to a nearby hospital for treatment of their injuries. According to several online reports, the car was traveling at speeds exceeding 200 km/h when the accident occurred. The car belonged to Indian billionaire Vikas Malu, the chairman of the Kuber Group. The billionaire businessman has approximately 100 exotic cars in his garage, and here we have a video that showcases some of these expensive cars.
The video was uploaded by Mo Vlogs on their YouTube channel. In this video, we see a parking lot filled with expensive and exotic cars that belong to Vikas Malu. Due to security reasons, he is accompanied by personal security at all times. It’s not just him who is protected; even his cars have security officers with them all the time. In this video, we can see the security officers following the vlogger along with the cars. The Toyota Fortuner seen in the video is being used as the escort vehicle.
The first car in the video is a Lamborghini Urus SSUV. It is finished in a custom blue shade. The car features dual-tone sporty interiors in black and orange, with orange brake calipers to enhance its sporty appeal. Most of the cars seen in this video are equipped with wireless radios for communication while the convoy is on the move. The car we see next in the video is a Bentley Continental GT with a Mansory kit. It is an exclusive car as it is the 100th-anniversary edition and features a sporty yet luxurious exterior. The video also showcases the Lamborghini Huracan STO, which is the road-legal version of the Huracan Super Trofeo Evo race car, priced at around Rs 4.99 crore (ex-showroom).
Next, we get to see an all-black Bentley Flying Spur. As mentioned earlier, all the cars in the video actually belong to the Kuber Group, and they even have Kuber Group stickers on them. We also spot a Bentley Bentayga SUV in the video. The silver-colored Bentayga was seen at the spot where the 200 km/h Rolls Royce crash occurred. The video then showcases luxury cars like the Mercedes-Maybach GLS600, Toyota Tundra pickup truck, Ford Mustang muscle car, and multiple Bentley cars, as well as a Rolls Royce Phantom. This is a different car and not the one that was probably involved in the crash. According to the video, this is the EWB version of the Phantom and was custom-built for the Kuber Group.
Apart from the cars seen in the video, Vikas Malu also owns cars abroad. Most of these cars have the number 9 in their registration plates, as the owner considers it lucky. The owner has a business in Dubai and owns cars, including Rolls Royces, there. Vikas Malu and the other occupants who were in the Rolls Royce that crashed are said to be admitted to Medanta Medcity in Gurugram.