Here are some of the most expensive things belonging to Mukesh Ambani


Mukesh Ambani is one of the best billionaires in the world. According to an April 2022 Financial Express report, the Indian business tycoon has a net worth of around INR 7.8 lakh crore. He is also among the five richest men in Asia, according to Forbes.

The chairman of Reliance Industries is also well known for his expensive taste in other areas of life. For example, Mukesh Ambani and his wife Nita Ambani drink tea from cups worth INR 3 lakh each. And if that doesn’t catch your eye, he has a range of luxury cars, jets and a house that’s among the most expensive in the world.

Here are some of the most expensive things belonging to Mukesh Ambani


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Antilia, named after a mythical island said to be in the Atlantic Ocean near Portugal and Spain, is an engineering marvel that you can’t take your eyes off of. The avant-garde residential building that speaks of luxury is the second most expensive property in the world after Buckingham Palace in London, UK.

Located on Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill, Mumbai, the 27-storey building was designed by architects Perkins and Will of Chicago and can withstand an earthquake of 8 on the Richter scale.

One of the cherished things owned by Mukesh Ambani, the massive house with sky-high ceilings also has a mega-temple, living room, private ice cream parlor and a movie theater that seats 50 people.

As a car enthusiast, Antilla owns a garage that is dedicated solely to the safety of his most prized possessions. It can accommodate up to 168 cars, while the three helipads are also useful for someone of billionaire stature.

The Falcon 900EX

The Falcon 900EX
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Mukesh Ambani also owns a Falcon 900EX private jet. It is equipped with luxurious entertainment systems, personal satellites, music systems and wireless communications.

In terms of performance, the jet can reach a maximum cruising speed of 440 km/h and has a range of 4,500 nm.

Powered by three Honeywell TFE 731-60 engines which reduce fuel consumption, the Falcon 900EX also requires less maintenance costs compared to its peers.

A popular jet among billionaires around the world, the Falcon 900EX cost Mukesh Ambani around INR 33 crore.

As for its features, the Falcon 900EX can accommodate up to 14 passengers in luxurious seats. It uses Dassault’s FalconConnect system for high-speed internet access, mood lighting systems and advanced sound insulation to reduce cabin noise.

Airbus A319

Mukesh Ambani
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The Airbus A319 is like a portable five-star hotel for billionaires and is one of the most expensive things owned by Mukesh Ambani. The aircraft can carry up to 18 passengers and has an optimized cabin section like the other members of the A320 family (A320 and A321)

The aircraft cabin is divided into VIP quarters and includes personalized amenities for each seat. Individual temperature control of the three main areas (cockpit, VIP area and main seating area) allows all passengers to customize their seat temperature to suit their needs.

Speaking of its specifications, the Airbus A319 has a cruise speed of up to Mach 0.78 (829 km/h) and can reach a top speed of Mach 0.82 (871 km/h). It is equipped with a CFM56-designed by International (CFM). 5B engine, which provides a thrust range of 18,500 to 34,000 lbf.

When it comes to amenities, the Airbus A319 comes with a large entertainment cabin. The luxurious sky bar complements the Airbus A319 and the large dining room is nothing less than a five-star restaurant.

The Airbus 319 is also equipped with custom leather seats and a one-of-a-kind cockpit.

Mercedes Maybach 62

Maybach 62
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Luxury cars are part of the lives of billionaires. As the second richest man in Asia, Mukesh Ambani has some of the best machines in his garage. Among the many exotic cars he owns, the Maybach 62 is something that turns heads wherever it goes.

The Maybach 62 is powered by a 6.0 liter V12 engine that delivers 544 hp and 900 nm of torque. Although it is a luxury sedan, the Maybach 62 can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.4 seconds.

This luxury car comes with latest technology and facilities to make you feel like a king and is priced around INR 2.50 crore.

Apart from Maybach 62, Mukesh Ambani also owns a Mercedes Maybach S560 worth around INR 2.3 crore.


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BMW is known for its list of expensive cars. Among these, the BMW 760Li comes at a price of around INR 8.5 crore.

Mukesh Ambani also owns a BMW 760 Li model, and the car was customized for him with bulletproof bodywork and glass.

The vehicle is equipped with Z-level security features and to register it in India, he paid an additional INR 1.6 crore.

This beast of a vehicle is equipped with a 12-cylinder TwinPower Turbo engine, with a maximum output of 600.7 hp. It also provides brake horsepower of up to 600.7 hp and offers an average mileage, as expected for high-end luxury cars, of just 7.96 kmpl.

Aston Martin Rapide

Aston Martin Rapide
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The vehicle is dubbed as one of the finest four-door sports cars, which debuted in the market at the Detroit Auto Show in 2006.

When it comes to the design of the Aston Martin Rapide, the sleek and elegant car features an advanced state-of-the-art chassis, high-speed continental pavements and dizzying climbs.

With a 5935cc V12 engine with quad overhead cams, the car can go from 0-60 in just 4.4 seconds, making it one of the fastest cars on the planet.

Mukesh Ambani has spent around INR 1.32 crore to get his hands on this high performance sports sedan.

Old tea service from Japan

Every Indian household, whether big or small, needs a tea set. But for the Ambani, things are a bit different. Nita Ambani starts her day by sipping tea from cups worth over INR 3 lakh each.

The Ambani family is the proud owner of an antique tea set from Noritake, Japan’s oldest tableware brand. The porcelain dinnerware set has 22k gold and platinum edges and is valued at INR 1.5 crore.

Collectors and businessmen around the world are fond of these dinnerware sets. To get them in your country, you may have to pay a large amount.

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