Indian batting icon Sachin Tendulkar added another luxurious automobile to his long list of swanky possessions after the former Indian cricketer got his hands on Lamborghini's recently introduced Urus S. The S variant was recently launched in the Indian market with a price tag of Rs 4.18 crore, a wee bit cheaper than its Performante variant.
Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar was renowned for his strokeplay on the field during his playing days, but he was also famous for his affection for luxury cars. Even though the former cricketer maintains a low profile on the streets, he boasts of an enviable collection of high-end cars in his garage.
The former Mumbai Indians skipper was seen cruising in his latest magnificent possession in an exciting video shared by CS 12 Vlogs. Unlike its Performante variant, Urus S comes with an air suspension system, offering a much better driving experience to the owner. This advanced feature provides adjustable height, delivering unparalleled comfort on the road. Furthermore, automotive enthusiasts will love the fact that the Urus S also features three off-road modes, Sabbia (Sand), Neve (Snow), and Terra (Mud), ensuring a smooth ride across various terrains.The cricketing great is renowned for his passion for automobiles and driving
Sachin, who is the brand ambassador of BMW in India, quite understandably, possesses a range of cars from BMW. However, this is his first Lamborghini purchase ever. Among his notable possessions were the latest models of the BMW 7-Series Li, BMW X5M, BMW i8, and BMW 5-Series.
Apart from the high-end BMW models, Sachin also boasts of a Porsche 911 Turbo S, one of his latest additions, in his garage. The Indian icon, who has a worldwide fan following, also shares a close bond with seven-time F1 world champion Michael Schumacher. He was gifted a Ferrari 360 Modena by Schumacher, which was later sold to a businessman in Surat. The 'God of Cricket' also owned a Nissan GT-R Egoist. The Egoist version was an exclusive range as only 43 such were produced by Nissan and Sachin's car was the only one to tame the Indian streets.
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