• Harshita Malhotra

Top 10 cars for 50 crores for the Ultra-rich


Opinion of a car lover, with 50 crores a month, and ten cars to

buy, which cars will they buy, will they be able to buy them

all? The prices will be ex-showroom assuming discount

achieved in lieu of taxation and models allowed to be only top

end. It is for the ultra-rich, and the rule always is to go for the

top end. Welcome to the concept episode of

Top 10 for 50.

October’s Choice - Fuel and Emotion (Kushal Yadav)

Kushal Yadav is a medical student and has turned away from

his field for his passion. He loves cars and his camera which is

the perfect combination to entertain his viewers. His vision is

to produce quality content for his audience and entertain them

for years to come.

Nissan GT-R




The most surreal acceleration you’ll ever see.

The Nissan GT-R has been around for more than ten years, but

over that time the Japanese sports car has improved, seen an

increase in price, and managed to successfully compete with

the top vehicles in its class, at least in terms of performance.

The ferocious twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 provides

incredible power levels, tenacious traction, and breathtaking


Nissan does not officially mention a 0-62mph time in the GT-R

brochure, although the GT-R boasts a 0-60 mph time that has

been measured as low as 2.7 seconds for the base car. However,

this time places it on par with the most powerful hypercars and

the Tesla Model S. While that vehicle is a fast luxury vehicle in

a straight line, the GT-R uses technologies developed for

motorsport to provide nearly unbreakable grip and engaging


The GT-R's interior, like the rest of the vehicle, is anything but

traditional. The Nissan's dashboard appears to have been taken

directly from a teenager's game console, in contrast to the

flashy and opulent interiors of automobiles like the Porsche

911. A big screen that displays relevant data readouts like

power and torque output is located in the centre console, which

is packed with several buttons and dials. Additionally, it

contains a G-meter. The low driving position is ideal, and the

front seats have excellent lateral support and are incredibly

comfy. Nissan doesn't waste any time in stating that even if you

have back seats, they are best reserved for children.

The Nissan GT-R has evolved from a monster to a more well-

rounded product in its most recent generation. One that,

naturally, is mental but also has a hint of creature comfort.

There is a particular allure to the way this car makes you feel,

which, it seems, isn't how the competition seduces you.

McLaren GT




A true head-turner from McLaren, this car works best as a

grand tourer.

The McLaren GT takes the performance of the brand's previous

scorching offerings and dresses it up with upscale cabin

materials if you're seeking for a side of luxury with your

supercar. However, the GT only has two seats, so avoid

planning a road trip with a large group.

An optional 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins stereo system, glass

top, and nappa leather upholstery all contribute to the

interior's appeal as a relaxing space to unwind in while

travelling long distances. Packing light is not necessary

because the cargo capacity is superior than that of other

McLaren models. Thus, we believe that this McLaren is the

most useful offering from the company!

The M840TE 3,994cc twin-turbocharged V8 engine powering

the sports tourer is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch

transmission. It can provide 630Nm of torque between 5,500 and 6,500 rpm and 612bhp at 7,500 rpm. This rear-wheel-

biased sports car can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in only 3.2

seconds, and from 0 to 200 km/h in just 9.0 seconds.

Additionally, the GT has a 326kmph top speed.

Dihedral doors are used to enter this McLaren, which is an

uncommon feature for grand tourers. The GT has a disadvantage when it comes to passenger capacity compared to

the other cars in this class because this coupe can only fit two

people. The basic upholstery material is nappa leather, but

other choices include microfiber and cashmere. This

automobile is a rather luxurious product overall thanks to a

panoramic glass top that brings natural light into the cabin.

Ferrari 812




The Ferrari that sets your soul on fire

This isn't your typical Ferrari; the 812 Superfast is one of the

most powerful front-engine production cars ever built. The 812

Superfast is a replacement for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta from

the Italian performance car manufacturer. It has a sporty

look because of the strong design aspect.

The Ferrari 812 is powered by a 789-hp 6.5-liter V-12 engine

that sends 630 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels through

a seven-speed dual-clutch automated transmission. The 812

touches 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.

The cabin of the 812 has seating for two people, is quite

spacious, has decent ergonomics, and is modern in style,

Ferrari ditched the traditional steering-wheel stalks in favour

of push-button controls for the wipers and turn signals on the

spokes, allowing drivers to embrace the 812's grand-touring

nature and keep their hands on the wheel at all times.

In practically any gear and cornering position, there's more

than enough power to summon up an armful of oversteer. When

a slide occurs, it happens quickly, yet the car's steering is so

direct that repairs can be made at the same time. Ferrari’s

incredible seats will keep you firmly in place.

Land Rover Defender




The perfect car for a go-anywhere attitude

With the all-new Defender, Land Rover reintroduces one of its

most iconic nameplates. Its boxy body and retro accents

harken back to the original from the 1950s, and blend with

Land Rover's modern design language to create a smart and

nostalgic look. When you think about it, this isn't exactly a

traditional luxury car, but it's a vehicle that will keep you

warm while navigating even the most treacherous roads.

The Defender may appear to be a regular crossover, but it

boasts substantial off-road skills and robust components that

enable it live up to its go-anywhere reputation. Durable cabin

furnishings, as well as expensive materials and a slew of

luxury features, are all standard on the Defender. The wood

trims are high-end, the leather is top-notch, and the entire

cabin has a high-end vibe. So we’re sure this would be a prized

possession even in a 50 crore garage.

The Defender's interior straddles the line between premium

and practical, with just enough design elements from the rest

of the Land Rover lineup to make fans feel at ease. Exposed