£740,000 Worth Of Luxury Cars Gutted By An Arsonist Attack

At Limousine Royalty, there is wide range of elegant limousines that can be hired for weddings, proms and other special occasions. Luxurious and elegant limousines are designed to give people a comfortable and special ride to their destination not to mention that arriving in style can create a good impression. Chauffeurs are highly experienced to bring you safely to your destination without any mishaps.

Zafron Hussain is the owner of VIP Limousines that hires out luxury cars for weddings and special events. However, the luxury tycoon lost a prized collection of elite vehicles worth about £740,000 to a fire that is believed to be an arson attack. Hussain is offering £20,000 to anyone who can provide information so that the arsonist can be arrested.

Among the luxury cars that were destroyed in the fire include a £330,000 orange Lamborghini Aventador, a £150,000 Rolls Royce Phantom and a £260,000 Rolls Royce Ghost. The luxury vehicles were engulfed in flames after the fire razed the car premises in Digbeth, Birmingham. A Hummer was also caught in the fire but it was immediately driven away so that the smoke damages were only evident in the exterior.

Hussain was devastated because he was only trying to do business with customers so that they can hire a luxury car for their wedding or prom. He does not know if he was deliberately targeted. It may take months before insurance claims can be sorted out. The premises were badly damaged and it would be difficult to start operating the business again.

In order to control the blaze, more than 40 firefighters used three hose reel jets and foam but they were unable to save the expensive cars. The firefighters said that it was not pleasant sight looking at the remains of the melted Lamborghini including the Ghost and the Phantom.

The Lamborghini was blackened by the fire except for a small part on the front right side where you can still see the original paintwork. The silver Rolls Royce which was parked next to the Lamborghini was badly damaged and there were no signs left of its original silver color. Investigation is still under way.