Virat Kohli is one of the richest cricketers in the world. Undoubtedly, he is well-known in and out of his field as a consequence of his brilliant cricket swashes. The cricketer is known to be the highest-paid and also has been recently occurred in the Forbes list of highest-paid athletes.
Unquestionably, the Indian skipper earns a wealthy amount from his Instagram account as well and his earnings per year have crossed multiple millions during the COVID-19 era. His cricket and personality have inspired the generation as he has been the brand face of many notable international brands.
Virat, who is fond of buying cars with the new models arriving, is also the brand face of Audi. Hence, he is mostly seen with different Audis. His first car, Audi R8 2012 was spotted in the police station. A few questions arise here that if the player was indulged in any criminal activity and what actually happens to his old cars if he keeps on buying new ones.
Read: What is Virat Kohli’s first Audi car doing in the police station?
Let TheSportsMag clear the audience that the Indian star has refrained from any criminal activity and the reason for his first car’s presence in the police station is followed in the next paragraph.
Once, Kohli sold his first car to a broker named Sagar Thakkar and the deal later turned out to be a scam. Eventually, Kohli’s first Audi car was approached by the police along with arresting Sagar who bought the car to gift to his girlfriend from Kohli following the mega scam.