- Anil Kapoor was seen getting out of his premium luxury MPV.
- Toyota Vellfire is priced at a whopping Rs 95 lakh in India.
- It rivals the likes of the Mercedes V-Class in the premium MPV segment.
Veteran actor Anil Kapoor was recently spotted at the airport in his ultra-luxurious Toyota Vellfire premium MPV. The luxury van is popular in South East Asian markets. However, it has found moderate success in our market ever since its launch. It is aimed at people who like to conduct corporate meetings or some sort of get-togethers while on the move. The rear compartment offers the feel of a lounge and tons of space for passengers as well as their luggage.
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Anil Kapoor with his Toyota Vellfire
The video clip comes from Cars For You on YouTube. This channel features content around celebrities and their uber-expensive and rare automobiles. In this video, they are able to catch the veteran actor of the Hindi film industry, Anil Kapoor. He is seen getting out of the Toyota Vellfire MPV. As usual, the man doesn’t look a day over 40. He poses for the paparazzi for a while and waits for people to get his luggage. After a few pics, he thanks the cameramen and enters the airport.
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The premium luxury MPV comes powered by a 2.5-litre petrol engine that develops a rather modest 115 hp and 198 Nm of peak power and torque. Carrying the transmission duties is an automatic gearbox. The MPV comes in a single fully-loaded variant. It has a 58-litre fuel tank and an ARAI-rated mileage of 16.35 km/l. The MPV is just under 5 m long and has a wheelbase of 3 m. It can seat 7 people which is also the USP of the vehicle.
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