Queen Elizabeth II’s Range Rover on sale for £224,850 (RM1.4mil)

LONDON: Queen Elizabeth II's Land Rover Range Rover SDV8 Autobiography LWB is going on sale for sale on UK automotive marketplace PistonHeads.com for £224,850 (RM1.4mil).

The royal Range Rover was commissioned by the royal household in March 2016 and has been observed transporting the late Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to several high-profile events.

Notably, the vehicle was prominently used during former US president Barack Obama's state visit to the UK in 2016, where it was seen conveying Obama and his wife, Michelle.


Customisations were initially made to the Range Rover to meet the royal household's specific needs.

These included the installation of side steps and a police siren, although these features have been removed for homologation. However, the vehicle retains certain unique elements like grab handles requested by the Queen and a warning label for the police siren.

The car is presented in metallic blue with a cream leather interior. Its extended wheelbase offers additional legroom for rear passengers.


Features such as rear headrest screens, which were temporarily removed during its royal service, have been restored.

The Range Rover is powered by a 4.4-litre, twin-turbocharged diesel V8 engine, producing 339hp and 704Nm of torque. It features an eight-speed automatic gearbox, capable of accelerating from 0 to 100kph in 6.6 seconds, with a top speed of 217kph.

The vehicle, now offered by Bramley Motors, shows 28,968km on the odometer, 4,161km of which were clocked up under royal ownership.

The sale includes the original number plates (OU16 XVH) that were used during its time with the royal household.

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