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Sidhu Moosewala’s Incredible Car Collection

This year has not been great for the Indian music industry; we have already lost four gems. Here we are paying our respects and talking about one of them and his impeccable taste for SUVs & muscle cars. We will be talking about one of the best Punjabi singers, Sidhu Moosewala’s car collection. We all have seen his songs and music videos with our dream cars, but now let’s take a look at his garage:

  • Ford Mustang GT

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Starting with the best car in his collection, this American muscle has an immensely vast fan following throughout the globe. It is powered by a 5.0liter naturally aspirated V8 engine churning out 400hp & 515Nm of torque. The wild beast in his garage had a price tag of ₹75 lakhs ex-showroom. It was imported to India as a CBU; unfortunately, we do not have the latest generation available here.

  • Range Rover Sport

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    Range Rover Sport

The next candidate on our list is a fantastic SUV, Range Rover Sport. It is powered by a turbocharged 3.0-litre 6-cylinder engine churning out 355hp & 400Nm of torque. The generation he owned has been discontinued now, but it still has a vast market in India. It is one of the premium and iconic SUVs with immense power and comfort and a price of ₹91.23 lakhs ex-showroom.

  • Range Rover Sport HSE

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Another Range Rover in his collection is the Ranger Rover HSE. This SUV is also a generation older but still an amazing beast to own. It has a price tag of ₹1.22 crores ex-showroom, it has exceptional road presence and among the other cars which make heads turn on the road. This HSE is powered by a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine churning out 518hp & about 600Nm of torque. In addition to that, it also packs excellent offroad capabilities.

  • Toyota Fortuner

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    Toyota Fortuner

This SUV also has a crazy fan following in India; Toyota Fortuner is a legendary icon in India. The Fortuner comes with both petrol & diesel options with a 2.7-litre turbocharged engine churning out 202hp & 500Nm of torque with the automatic variant. Sidhu was seen around many times in his Fortuner. With the Endeavour gone, Toyota has captured even more market with their iconic SUV. 

  • Mahindra Scorpio

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    BS6 Mahindra Scorpio

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The next SUV on our list is also known as the mafia car in India; it is the Scorpio. There has been a vast fanbase for this rugged SUV throughout the time with every model. Like every other rapper or artist, Sidhu also owned a black Scorpio with some unique modifications, making it even more appealing. Mahindra has finally started giving peeks of the new Scorpio, and the undisguised pictures are already over the internet. There is a huge audience waiting for this robust SUV.

  • Maruti Suzuki Gypsy

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The last car on our list is the Maruti Suzuki Gypsy. It was one of the best sellers for the manufacturer. Sidhu owned this little beast for a long time and had it completely customised. It slew well in black after the modifications. We all have known this car as the army vehicle, but it did offer considerable offroading capabilities and the potential to tackle rugged terrains.

Like his music, his taste in cars was also amazingly unique, and the custom modifications showed how much he loved them. Which one do you love the most?

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Yuvam Gupta
Mechatronics Engineer in the making | Automobile enthusiast | Creating revving content | Living life 1/4 mile at a time | Always hustling for skills, experience, and knowledge.


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