In the heart of Dubai’s opulence, a prominent figure stands out among the city’s millionaires and billionaires—Balvinder Singh Sahni, fondly known as “Abu Salah.” This Indian-origin businessman, residing in Dubai, epitomizes the epitome of extravagance through his stunning collection of Rolls-Royce cars, each adorned with registration plates more valuable than some of the world’s most expensive automobiles.
Abu Salah, the visionary founder and chairman of RSG Group, a conglomerate with ventures in automotive, real estate, and industrial equipment sectors in the Middle East, recently offered a captivating glimpse into his lavish lifestyle via a YouTube video on “Mo Vlogs.” The video showcases his fleet of Rolls-Royce masterpieces, distinguished not only by their exorbitant price tags but also by the exclusive single and double-digit registration numbers like “1” and “27.”
The core of Abu Salah’s luxurious car ensemble consists of Rolls-Royce models, including coveted Cullinans and Phantom VIII sedans, each valued at over Rs 5-6 crores. What sets them apart, however, are the registration plates with costs ranging from $8-10 million, surpassing the value of the cars themselves.
In a recent headline-making acquisition, Abu Salah added a new Rolls-Royce Cullinan to his collection, featuring the unique registration number “Dubai D 5.” While the staggering price of the Cullinan at around Rs 10 crores might raise eyebrows, it pales in comparison to the jaw-dropping $17 million (approximately Rs 142 crores) price tag attached to its exclusive number plate.
Beyond his Rolls-Royce fleet, Abu Salah provides a sneak peek into his enviable black-colored Mercedes-AMG G63, boasting yet another distinctive single-digit number. The tour extends into his luxurious residence, adorned with bespoke Bentley furniture—an exquisite display of craftsmanship evident in every table, lounge, chair, and cushion, all proudly embellished with Bentley badges.
A rare gem in his living room steals the spotlight—a limited-edition Bugatti Chiron, crafted entirely from carbon fiber. Unlike his other cars, this masterpiece lacks a registration plate, as it serves more as a captivating showpiece than a vehicle meant for the open road. Abu Salah’s admission that he has never driven this rare Chiron underscores its status as a symbol of pure automotive artistry within the confines of his lavish home.
In the world of Abu Salah, luxury knows no bounds, and each car is a testament to his unbridled passion for the finer things in life. Explore the extravagant realm of Dubai’s billionaire, where the cars are not just a means of transportation but a statement of unparalleled opulence.