New Zealand players stumped as Dhoni drives his Hummer to the stadium
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New Zealand players stumped as Dhoni drives his Hummer to the stadium

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India’s captain, MS Dhoni, is noted for his exclusive collection of cars and bikes, which btw is expected to be worth crores of Rupees. Currently in Ranchi, his hometown, the Indian skipper decided to stump the New Zealand players ahead of the crucial ODI and here’s how.

After arriving in Ranchi, ahead of today’s clash, just when both teams were settled in their respective buses, MS Dhoni decided to head out in his exclusive Hummer H2, instead of team bus, like a boss.

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He was seen driving out of the Birsa Munda International Airport in Ranchi on Monday in his Hummer H2 2009 edition leaving New Zealand batsmen Tom Latham and Ross Taylor literally stumped. He chose to drive out in the Hummer even as the rest boarded the team bus set to play the fourth ODI on Wednesday.

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The video of MS Dhoni in his Hummer has gone viral. Both teams were travelling to the hotel in their respective buses while Dhoni drove his Hummer alongside the bus and Tom Latham and Ross Taylor can be seen at the window of the bus admiring this exclusive vehicle.

MS Dhoni, one of the most successful Indian skippers. He has a penchant for luxury bikes and cars. He has a collection of over 30 bikes and 10+ cars. However, his most favored is a jet black Hellcat X132 limited production street bike which is hand built using aircraft grade aluminum and carbon fiber. Dhoni purchased this bike from Confederate Motors in 2013 for INR 28 lakhs. It is powered by a 2163cc VTwin engine offering 132 bhp power and 203 Nm torque mated to a 5 speed close ratio gearbox while price as on date is at close to INR 409 lakhs.

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Besides the Hellcat X132, Dhoni’s collection of bikes also includes Enfield Machismo, Yamaha Thundercat, Yamaha RXZ-135, Harley Davidsons, Yamaha RD 350, Ducati 1098S and Kawasaki Ninja ZX14 –R.