Inside Rishi Sunak’s car collection bought with his £700million fortune and kept around the globe | The Sun

RISHI Sunak is no longer Mr. Tax. He'd been watching the national wallet until last week but is now in the running for the top job.

Yet despite trying to come across as a man of the people by driving around in a VW Golf, the reality is Rishi and his wife are worth some £730million.

Of course, there's nothing wrong with a Golf, which Rishi has been seen driving around London.

But the reality is his collection of cars you don't see as often is worth far more.

As reported in The Mirror, Rishi actually owns houses and premium cars around the globe.

Sources told the paper that Mr. Sunak has a high-specification Range Rover, which costs from £94,000 new, for use at his grand North Yorkshire constituency home.

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Then again, a Range Rover fits with a £2million Grade II listed mansion a little better than a family hatchback.

Those sources also told that Rishi owns two further vehicles – a top-of-the-range Lexus and a BMW – which are kept at his luxury Santa Monica pad.

Range-topping Lexus models in the US like the LX SUV cost in excess of £100,000 to buy and a BMW isn't a bad backup motor.

Rishi and his wife reportedly have both a five-bedroom house and a flat in London as well as the mansion in Yorkshire and penthouse in California.


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Of course, while on official duty Rishi has been whisked around the country in a fleet of Jaguar Land Rover models including Range Rovers, Land Rover Discoverys and Jaguar XJ limousines.

And who can forget the Kia Rio that Rishi used for the promo pics of his fuel duty cut.

The £12,000 motor was borrowed from a worker at the Sainsbury's filling station where the shoot took place.

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