African King buys 19 Rolls Royce cars and dozens of BMWs to spoil his 15 wives
Do you want to know who was the king that recently bought at least 19 luxury Rolls-Royce cars and 120 luxury BMWs to add to his personal fleet? Keep reading!
Away from test-drives and the news about the latest models, our team at Arab GT today received a series of photos posted on Twitter documenting part of the process of transferring new cars to its owner.
This makes you initially expect that these cars are going to the Rolls-Royce dealership since all the vehicles being transported are made by the English company.
But according to unofficial information published by TimesLive, the African king who bought these cars was King Mswati III, who rules Iswati (formerly known as the Kingdom of Swaziland) and the head of the royal family, who came to power in 1986. The son of the late king Subuza II, King Mswati III is 51 and he has 15 wives and 23 children.
If these reports are true, it seems that King Mswati III decided to increase his personal fleet of luxury cars, although he is ruling an African kingdom torn by poverty! But nothing is confirmed until now, except that this large collection of luxury cars is suspicious.
But the unofficial press speculation suggested that the governor decided to spoil his wives with this collection of luxury cars, and without a doubt, the fleet of vehicles includes the most luxurious SUV in the world Rolls Royce Cullinan, which we have already test-drive before.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that it was 4 trucks loaded with 20 Rolls Royce and one Rolls Royce Cullinan pic.twitter.com/lgQSpdurmY
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Apart from the latest unofficial press report, King Mswati III is a fan of German-made cars. He owns 20 cars including Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman, Maybach 62 and BMW X6.
There is no doubt that the fleet of vehicles on which the governor is traveling includes a private jet, and another aircraft he acquired last year to celebrate his 50th birthday , which is allegedly priced at US $ 13.2 million (SAR 49.5 million).