Rolls-Royce Stuck in Delhi Floods, Social Media Reacts

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Rolls-Royce Stuck in Delhi Floods, Social Media Reacts

| Updated: July 2, 2024 13:46

Social media users were left surprised after a video surfaced showing a luxury car stranded on a flooded road in Delhi due to heavy rain. The short clip, shared by Instagram user Abhishek (account name: Donia Vlogs97), featured a black Rolls-Royce Ghost immobilized in the waterlogged street.

In the video, Abhishek, recording the scene from inside his Maruti Suzuki car at a distance, humorously remarked, “I don’t need to tell you which car this is. It’s stuck on this flooded road in Delhi.”

Passersby also paused to observe the luxury vehicle, its hazard lights flashing conspicuously. The caption accompanying the video humorously dubbed it “Royals royal VVIP parking.”

The Rolls-Royce Ghost seen in the video belongs to the older generation. Launched in India between 2009 and 2010, this model had an initial price tag of approximately ₹2.5 crore (ex-showroom). Although it has since been discontinued, the car boasted a powerful twin-turbo 6.6-liter V12 engine, producing 563 bhp and 850 Nm of torque.

The video was recorded on June 28 during heavy rainfall, which brought Delhi to a standstill with a staggering 228.1 mm of precipitation in just a few hours.

As the city and surrounding areas brace for more rain, civic agencies are on alert following the India Meteorological Department’s issuance of an ‘orange’ alert until Tuesday.

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