From Om Shanti Om and Piku to Chhapaak, multiple award-winning actress Deepika Padukone has worn many hats over the years — as an actor, investor, entrepreneur and producer. But did you know she has a fondness for luxury cars as well? Let’s take a look at her garage.

Audi Q7

Deepika’s “humble” journey into luxury cars started with Audi’s 5-seater SUV, the Q7. The German SUV is loaded with creature comforts including a panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, a 730W 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, and four-zone climate control.

Powering the SUV is a 3.0-litre, six-cylinder turbo-petrol engine, which churns out 340hp of power. Audi will soon be launching an updated version of the car that’s expected to carry a price tag of around Rs 80 lakh (ex-showroom).

Audi A8 L

Soon after a string of successes, the Bajirao Mastani star upgraded her ride to a swanky Audi A8 L. The German automaker has since updated the model with a 3.0-litre motor, which churns out 340hp of power. While the current model retails for Rs 1.58 crore (ex-showroom), Padukone’s Night Blue Audi A8 L was priced around
Rs 1.18 crore (ex-showroom).

Mini Convertible Cabriolet

Even after a fleet of Audis and Mercedes, the Piku actress couldn’t resist the charm of a Mini. I mean, can you blame her? She owns a customised version of the car, which packs a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder engine which puts out 191hp of power, and can go from nought to 100kmph in mere 7 seconds!

Currently, the Mini Convertible Cabriolet is priced at around Rs 44 lakh (ex-showroom).

Mercedes-Maybach S500

Perhaps the crème de la crème of luxury cars in India, the Mercedes-Maybach S500 has been the star’s ride of choice for a while now. The luxury yacht on wheels comes with all the creature comforts you could possibly imagine including, WiFi connectivity, a Burmester 4D sound system, panoramic sunroof and more.

While Mercedes no longer sells this particular variant of the car, the model she has is powered by a massive V8 engine, which churns out 455hp of power and 700Nm of torque, and it cost a whopping Rs 2 crore (ex-showroom)