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Reports: Rohit Sharma buys Lamborghini Urus worth INR 3.10 crores

The newly appointed captain of the Indian team is enjoying his time both on and off the field. After clean sweeping West Indies and Sri Lanka in the T20Is recently, Rohit has added a new car to his garage. Reportedly, Rohit Sharma has bought a luxurious Lamborghini Urus worth INR 3.10 crores. In addition to it, the 34-year old Indian also made sure that he gets the car with fully personalized interiors.

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Rohit Sharma buys Lamborghini Urus worth INR 3.10 crores

Rohit Sharma buys Lamborghini Urus worth INR 3.10 crores

The cost quite obviously suggests that Lamborghini Urus is a luxurious car. The sumptuous automobile is painted Blu Eleos Metallic with 22 inch Nath diamond-cut rims and Sportivo Leather interior. Lamborghini Urus comes with a 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 petrol motor as its power source. This powerful motor can produce a maximum power output of 650 PS and a peak torque output of 850 Nm.

As mentioned earlier, the car has personalized interiors – a dual-tone combination of Ross Alala (cherry red) and Nero (black) for the cabin. Other than this, the upper layer of the dashboard and door panels is painted black, the lower parts and the seats are finished in cherry red. Moreover, a fine layer of contrast silver running between the dashboard and door panels, which also flows towards the centre console adorns the car.

But today was an awkward day for Rohit Sharma and the Indian fans. Since morning, some curious tweets have been posted from Rohit Sharma’s Twitter handle. The fans claim that the Indian captain’s account has been hacked but no clarifications have emerged as yet.

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Currently, Rohit Sharma is with the Indian team in Mohali. The team will look for another clean sweep at home as the test series against Sri Lanka begins this Friday. The test match will also mark the 100th test for the former Indian captain, Virat Kohli. The BCCI has given the nod to allow the fans to witness the historic test match from the stands. Initially, the BCCI was not in support of allowing crowd at the PCA stadium in Mohali, but the board has finally agreed to the fans’ requests.

Anirudh Garg
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