Fit for a Queen: Own a Piece of Royalty With Queen Elizabeth’s Range Rover


Set on a royal journey by owning a piece of Queen Elizabeth’s legacy with the upcoming auction of her third-generation 2004 L322 Range Rover.

Going under the hammer in November via Iconic Auctioneers, this regal vehicle, estimated at around $61,000 to $73,000, offers enthusiasts a unique chance to drive a car once used by the Queen herself.

Regal Touches: The Queen’s Range Rover Has Unique Features

This bespoke Range Rover comes with distinctive features designed for the Queen’s comfort and style. From a modified front grille with concealed lights to custom front and rear seat covers, this vehicle has plenty of individual touches of class.

Special specifications include dual rear window switches and rear grab handles crafted to “assist with entry and exit” with grace. The recent discovery of video footage showing Her Majesty driving this specific Range Rover adds an extra layer of authenticity to its royal provenance.

Royal Connection: A Monarch’s Affiliation With Range Rovers

Queen Elizabeth’s well-documented association with the Range Rover brand, marked by bestowing a Royal Warrant in 1951, adds historical significance to this auction.

In response to Her Majesty’s passing, Land Rover expressed deep sadness, acknowledging their profound pride in the longstanding relationship with The Queen.

Majestic Mileage: Rare Opportunity to Acquire Royal History

With just under 110,000 miles on the odometer and a history of regular servicing, this Range Rover is not just a vehicle; it’s a piece of royal history. Described as remaining in excellent condition, the car not only carries confirmed royal ownership but also promises to be a distinctive and distinguished addition to any collection.

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Prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect the vehicle early to fully grasp the unique opportunity presented by this royal ride. RIP to Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II, by the way.