Karan Kundra is quite active on social media. The model and host keeps updating his fans with the glimpses from his work diaries on Instagram. The recent video proves how the host is a rock star as he juggles his personal and professional life very well. Earlier one of his posts with a picture came with a caption that says Karan Kundra is ticklish and that’s how these cute little girls realised their next target must be Karan for fun.
just bough a all new JEEP Wrangler Rubicon, the Rubicon variants top of the line top spec variant and is priced at RS 60.35 lakhs Ex Showroom. The actor went for a sarge green color.
Jeep offers the Wrangler in an another variant as well, it is called Unlimited and is priced at Rs. 56.35 lakhs ex-showroom. Both the variants come with a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine that is capable of producing 268 hp of max power and a peak torque output of 400 Nm. It comes mated to an 8-speed torque converter automatic transmission that transfers the power to all four wheels.
The Rubicon is a more hardcore version of the wrangler. It gets Jeep’s Rock-Trac full-time 4WD with locking front and rear differentials. There are also electronic sway bars that can disconnect while off-roading. It gets Heavy-duty performance suspension with gas shock absorbers. Moreover, the alloy wheels are down-sized from 18-inches to 17-inches in favour of thicker side walls. The tyres measure 255/75 R17. The Rubicon gets higher ground clearance, and a better approach angle, ramp break-over angle and departure angles.
The car that kundra has bought actually is an full on off Roader Jeep has designed the car in such a way that the interior can be washed and the doors can be taken off as well, this is a full on utilitarian vehicle, although it seems in the actors ownership it would only witness the by lanes of Mumbai. The actor’s car had a name plate that said K Kundra which probably would have been only for show , and would probably be taken off once the actor actually drives the car on road. As for the first time the actor also took the car to the Petrol station and paid a full on 7846 RS to get the tank filled up to the brim.
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