It’s no secret in the modelling world that Mia Khalifa is a household name. When he first started out, Khalifa worked as a model and a bartender. The model is well-known for keeping her private life private, but it is also well-known that she has a passion for automobiles, as evidenced by her extensive automobile collection. At just 29, Khalifa is already worth $4 million, and we’ll take a peek at his impressive car collection (or Rs 31 crore). Khalifa owns some of the most expensive automobiles on the market today.
On the freeway, the Lexus ES gets 12.1 kilometres per gallon from its 2.5-liter L4 engine, which delivers 214 horsepower and 202 pound-feet of torque. It costs around $39,900, which is about Rs 30,95,700 in today’s money. A 180-mile-per-hour top speed is possible with this model.
To put that in perspective, the car costs about $69,150, or about Rs 53,65,106.
It has a 3.0 litre M-power inline 6-cylinder gasoline engine that makes 443 horsepower, 550 newton-meters of torque, and returns 10.75 kilometres per gallon of gas. Speeds of 250mph are possible with an M4, which can accelerate from zero to 100mph in four seconds.
The car costs around $31,000, or about Rs 24,051,81 in today’s money. Fuel economy is 12.1 kilometres per gallon for this particular Wrangler’s 4-cylinder, 2.0 litre engine that provides 268 horsepower and 400 pounds of torque. At a top speed of 120 mph (180 kph), this off-roader can cover the distance of 100 kilometres per hour in just 7.6 seconds.
As of this writing, it is estimated that the vehicle will cost $319,995, which is about comparable to Rs 2,48,27,292. The 6.2-liter supercharged V12 engine in this convertible supercar produces 730 horsepower and 690 pound-feet of torque while achieving a fuel economy of 9.0 kilometres per gallon. In just three seconds, this Ferrari can accelerate from zero to 100 miles per hour and reach its top speed of 340 mph.
The starting price of this high-end vehicle is $222,085, which equates to Rs 1,72,30,797 in Indian currency. A twin-turbo V8 cylinder petrol engine that generates 500 horsepower and 660 nm of torque powers this vehicle, which has a fuel economy of 12.1 kilometres per litre.. This convertible has a top speed of 501 kilometres per hour and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in just 3.8 seconds.
The 5.0-liter V10 petrol engine in this supercar produces 602 hp and 506 nm of torque, and it gets 5.71 kpl on the highway. In India, it costs Rs 1,20,18,148 (about $154,900). There’s no doubt that this supercar can go from zero to 100 kilometres per hour in under three seconds, making it one of the fastest vehicles in the world.