Virat Kohli is the brand ambassador of Audi India which is why he has so many models of Audi cars in his opulent car garage.
Virat Kohli’s Audi R8 was found in a dilapidated condition outside a police station in Maharashtra. Kohli is one of the greatest batsmen of our generation and many consider him to be among the best ever. His incredible fitness regime and his unbelievable stats make him an icon in a cricket-loving nation like India. Being a brand ambassador of Audi India, his garage is full of exotic rides from the German luxury carmaker. Let us take a look at the details of his R8 eating dust on the side of the road.
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Virat Kohli’s Audi R8
The video clip has been uploaded by lifeistic0001 page on Instagram. It shows the abandoned Audi R8 lying at a police station in Maharashtra. As per the information in the video clip, Virat Kohli ended up selling this R8 via a broker for Rs 2.5 Crore. However, the broker went on to sell it forward to someone else called Shagy. Reportedly, he gifted this supercar to his girlfriend. This, understandably, was a grand gesture and definitely something you don’t see too often.
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In fact, it was so rare that it raised suspicions which is why a police inquiry was set up. To everyone’s surprise, Shagy turned out to be a person who was absconding after he got involved in a Rs 500 Crore call centre scam. The Police authorities sprung into action and raided all the places where he could have been found. Finally, he was arrested and all his property and assets were seized. The Audi R8 was a part of that investigation which is why it is now sitting outside a Police station.
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While the R8 has now been discontinued, it used to be one of the most iconic products from Audi. It had a massive 5.2-litre V10 petrol engine that produced a colossal 602 hp and 560 Nm of peak power and torque. The two-seater sportscar used to have a 7-speed automatic transmission that powered all four wheels via Audi’s trademark Quattro technology. Back in the day, it was priced at around Rs 2.72 Crore.
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