Well, the Cricket World Cup 2015 is in the full swing I don’t deny the fact that being an Indian I’m just in awe of the Indian cricket team. However, there is a lot to happen in the coming days and it’s too early to rise the hopes when you’re not even about to configure that who will you play against in the quarter finals. Although today I’m not here to talk about the cricket, but crickets and their super cars instead as I guess that these stars do own some great cars to talk about. So, lets talk about them here:

Audi R8 V10 – Virat Kohli

The current Indian batting sensation who has made the bowlers go for run every time he comes to the crease to bat. Well, the ace cricketer has very good taste of cars as well and has selected the best technology that is German for sure to be his companion.


Virat Kohli drives an Audi R8 V10 super car which is known for to get accelerated from stand still position to the 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds. It’s monstrous 5.2 Litre V10 engine produce 541 bhp power and 540 Nm of torque as well.

Nissan GT-R – Sachin Tendulkar

Any talk of cricket can’t get completed without mentioning the living legend or better know as “God of Cricket” Sachin Tendulkar. Everybody is aware of his love for automobile and his possession of Ferrari which was gifted to him by famous F1 racer Michael Schumacher. But these days, the batting maestro owns a Nissan GT-R.


The car is powered by a 4.4 Litre Twin Turbo V6 powerhouse that produces 530 bhp power with hitting the 100 km/h mark in about 3.2 seconds before reaching the top speed of 300 km/h.

Ferrari 590GTO – M. S. Dhoni

Now who isn’t aware of the bike love of Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni aka Mahi. He has best bikes around the world in his fleet, but he’s not shy of super cars well. Mahi owns a Hummer and a Ferrari 599GTO as well along with many other options.


The Ferrari 599GTO super car Dhoni owns is basically a 599XX car which has been modified for the to make it a road going car. This runabout is powered by a v12 beast producing 665 bhp power and 620 Nm torque. It hits the 100 km/h in just 3.35 seconds and has the wind-talking top speed of 335 km/h.

Final Words

There absolutely is no doubt that the cricketers do love these super cars and apart from the above mentioned one, there are many more names still to be written. Well, they just can’t appear in one list, but we’ll find a way to share them with you. Till then, stay tunes with us for more of such blogs.