MS Dhoni is known for his love for two and four wheelers. The India limited overs cricket skipper reportedly owns quite a number of vehicles at his home in Ranchi.
One of his prized possessions is a Hummer. On Tuesday, Dhoni was seen driving his Hummer through the streets of Ranchi on his way to training.
At one moment, his car came close to New Zealand’s team bus. The moment was captured on camera, and has since gone viral on social media, largely due to the reactions of the Kiwis.
Tom Latham was seen admiring Dhoni’s Hummer from his window seat in the team bus. A couple of seats behind Latham, Ross Taylor was pictured with jaws wide open as Dhoni drove by.
India will take on the Blackcaps in the fourth ODI in Ranchi on Wednesday, having taken a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.
Here are few other stunning rides which the captain cool holds :
Porsche Boxster :
The ultimate convertible, the Boxster is one of the most popular Porsche models till date.
Confederate Hellcat x132 :
With a road presence that has as much swag as Don Draper from Mad Men, the Hellcat melds old school cruiser with new age design in a way few can match.
Harley Davidson Fat Boy :
The definitive American cruiser, Harley Davidson’s Fat Boy was designed based on the World War II B-29 Bomber.
GMC Sierra :
A popular SUV in the US market, the GMC Sierra was known for its interior space and powerful engine.
Yamaha Thundercat :
Better known as the YZF600R, the Yamaha Thundercat was a 2007 superbike that acted as a less powerful R6 in the Japanese automaker’s range.
Audi Q7 :
Powering this mammoth is a 4.2 l TDI engine that produces 335 hp and a mind boggling 800 Nm of torque.
Range Rover Free Lander :
The Free Lander is another capable SUV from the British car maker Range Rover. Although not as popular as range Rover’s other models, the Free Lander still sells in large numbers overseas. However, due to its high price tag here in India, the Free Lander is mostly owned by the rich and famous.
As much as cool the captain has got, the swag is not anywhere less !