For all the lovers of luxury cars in India, there's good news. Aston Martin, the British manufacturer of luxury cars made popular by video games and Bond movies, has decided to enter the expanding markets in India. Priced at about 3 crore, the car would be available at the Infinity Cars showroom in Mumbai.
Maybach, a car from the luxurious brand Mercedes Benz carries a whopping Rs 5.5 crore price tag. The car is offered in two variants; the 57 and the 62. The numbers refer to the car's length in meters (5.7 and 6.2).
Each Maybach is built to order and is available with a wide-range selection of standard and optional equipment, for customers to customize their purchase..
This four seater convertible from the England-based car maker Bentley which costs over Rs 3.5 crore was introduced into India in 2003. The fact that Bentley has limited its production to maintain exclusivity certainly testifies the fact that it is one for the kings to own.
Rolls Royce Phantom
The Rs 3.5 crore beauty became a frequent visitor of various news channels when it was gifted to Amitabh Bachchan. With a 6.75-litre V-12 engine that generates a massive 453 bhp, the Phantom is certainly one car to crave for.
A dashing look, glamorous brand name and awe-inspiring technology are all what you can associate with a Lamborghini. The magnificent 6.5-litre of the company is certainly one to rule the roads but with a price tag of over Rs 3 crore, it might be out of reach for most people.
One of the fastest cars in India with a top speed of 250km/h, the Bentley Arnage is surely a car which can dazzle Indian roads. The flamboyance of a vintage looking speedster however would cost a heartbreaking price of Rs 2.25 crore.
Bentley Continental Flying Spur
The name of the car says it all. This version of Bentley can travel at a maximum estimated speed of 312 km/hr going from 0 to 100 km in 4.9 seconds. The super luxury sedan, however, costs around Rs 2 crore.
Porsche 911 Turbo S
Worldwide it might be called the poor man's sportscar, but it clearly comes at a king's ransom in our country, costing around a crore of rupees.
The genius of Porsche's Germen engineering shines through the 911 Turbo S. With the sole purpose to beat Ferraris and Lamborghinis, this car does 0-100 kmph in a mind numbing 3.6 seconds. Still want that Ferrari?
Mercedes has for long been a favourite for people with that urge for luxury. This edition is certainly one car that has gained popularity in its spell of existence.
BMW 7 Series
The BMW has gathered stubborn pace in terms of sale in India. The 7 Series certainly does justice to the rising popularity of the brand. It offers supreme levels of luxury and performance and is priced in excess of 75lakh.
The last member of this list is the Audi A8 3.0 TDI which costs in excess of Rs 70 lakh. It is a serious contender against the Mercedes S Class. With its compelling handling, pioneering technology, and exclusive design and equipment, the sedan redefines the notion of sports appeal in the luxury segment.