Billionaire couple, Kirinyaga Woman Representative, Purity Ngirici and Andrew Ngirici, lives a life many dream of and few get the chance to enjoy it, judging from the super collection of high-end cars they flaunt.
The media moguls boast of an endless list of luxury cars, as stated by a report published by The Standard in 2019.
In 2019, while attending the launch of a gender-based campaign, run by the woman rep to promote the youth at Kerugoya Stadium, Andrew brought the town to a standstill when he rode into the event aboard a grand Cadillac Escalade.
The SUV's price ranges from Ksh7-9 million and can be customed according to the buyer's preference.
Among its unique features are heated and cooled front seats and heated rear outboard seats. It also has driver assistance features.
The duo also owns a Maserati Levante. The SUV has the ability to cover long distances at dynamic yet refined high speed.
It also has advanced driving assistance systems. The vehicle ranges from Ksh7 -17 million.
Another range of car in his possession is the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover, V8 Supercharged.
This car is famous among the political class. Ranging at Ksh 9 million, the car has an adjustable steering wheel, a tire pressure monitoring system, fog lights and automatic headlights.
Next in line is the Rolls Royce Phantom. This is one of the unique brands of cars as it is handcrafted throughout. It also has double-layer windows with gold film for noise abatement. Its leather furnishes are procured from ranches.
Phantom's are also crafted as it's users vision and desire. It also has a private suite in it. It's price ranges from Ksh 45 -66 million.
In their collection of Rolls Royce is the convertible. The vehicle's interior is tranquil offering one an impressive open-air drive. It's price ranges at Ksh 34 million.
The swanky black Benz sells at Ksh 10 million.
The InfinityQX is also one of the best high-end cars in his possession. The premium, mid-size SUV has taut lines, muscular haunches, a high visual centre of gravity and a long bonnet. It goes for over Ksh 5 million.