Many individuals aspire to own a Rolls-Royce at some point in their lives. However, there are those who have achieved this dream and even gone on to purchase multiple Rolls-Royce vehicles. Reuben Singh, a successful British entrepreneur of Indian descent, stands out among them as he possesses over 15 Rolls-Royce cars. His distinct style, characterized by matching turbans and luxurious automobiles, gained international attention when his photos went viral. This captivating display formed part of his Turban challenge, which garnered widespread admiration.
Reuben Singh, the CEO of AllDayPA in the UK, is a renowned and accomplished businessman who has attained billionaire status. Unfortunately, Singh experienced racial abuse and insults from an Englishman solely due to his turban-wearing tradition. In response to this appalling incident, Singh decided to embark on a unique challenge. He vowed to coordinate the color of his turban with his fleet of Rolls-Royce cars for an entire week, as a powerful statement against the discriminatory behavior he encountered.
Following that, Reuben Singh began sharing pictures on the internet. He showcased his impressive collection of Rolls-Royce cars, with a total of seven vehicles featured. Each image portrayed Singh proudly standing in front of the magnificent automobile, adorned in a turban that perfectly matched the car’s color scheme.
Singh was dissatisfied with the number of Rolls Royce cars he possessed, prompting him to place an order for six brand-new vehicles a few years ago. Among the luxurious automobiles he acquired were three Phantom VIIIs and three Cullinan SUVs, all exclusively for his personal use.
The new collection of six cars has been meticulously designed to mirror the captivating hues of precious gemstones, earning it the name “Jewels Collection.” Singh chose shades reminiscent of Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire for his recently acquired Rolls Royce cars.
Singh’s impressive collection extends beyond Rolls Royce cars. He possesses a Porsche 918 Spyder, Bugatti Veyron, Pagani Huayara, Lamborghini Huracan, and a limited edition Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Not limited to cars alone, Singh also owns private jet planes for his personal use. In the past, he held a prominent position within the British government.
Each of Mr. Singh’s acquired Phantoms comes with a price tag of approximately 360,000 British Pounds, while the Cullinan SUV costs around 250,000 British Pounds, excluding any additional customization or add-ons. Considering the customization and add-ons, the total cost can easily escalate by a few thousand British Pounds.
In India, the Rolls Royce Cullinan holds the esteemed title of being the most expensive SUV, with a price tag of approximately Rs. 6.95 crores, while the Phantom VIII comes in at around Rs. 9.50 crores. Notably, there are a few Cullinan SUVs present in India, including one residing in the Ambani’s garage and another in the T-Series garage, among others.
The journey of this Sikh individual who settled in the UK hasn’t been an easy one, but he has managed to reach great heights. At one point, he was even referred to as the “British Bill Gates.” Mr. Singh embarked on his entrepreneurial path at a young age of 20 when he established a clothing retail chain called Miss Attitude in 1995. Balancing both his studies and the business was challenging, but at its peak, the business was valued at 10 million British Pounds. Unfortunately, external circumstances led to a downturn, and he had to make the difficult decision to sell Miss Attitude.