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How much would you pay for the Duke of Cambridge car? Think about it, because it goes up for auction

How much would you pay for the Duke of Cambridge car? Think about it, because it goes up for auction

Drive with a royalty (royalty) doesn’t have to be expensive or unaffordable. Of course it all depends on the king, prince or duke you want to imitate. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge put one of their private cars up for sale, it will be for the highest bidder.

William of England and his wife, Kate Middleton, have decided to sell one of their private cars. It’s about a Range Rover Evoque SE that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have used for their personal travel for just over seven years. Despite its age, it does not seem that they have taken it too much from the garage since it is put on sale with 60,000 kilometers.

The Range Rover Evoque of the future king of England will be sold to the highest bidder in the coming weeks. The one in charge of finding a new owner will be the Bonhams auction house, which specializes in the sale of historic cars. This has been announced through his official Instagram profile (if you slide to see the photo gallery, you will see that there are some in which the dukes appear with the car):

https://www.instagram.com/p/CNaVNjxFjYH/

Yours for less than 50,000 euros

The Range Rover Evoque of the Dukes of Cambridge is painted in Baltic Blue. The interiors are upholstered in “Almond” and “Espresso” colors; and it has all the luxury extras available for this model.

Under the hood it has a 350 hp 4.4-liter V8 diesel engine that is managed via an eight-speed automatic gearbox. It reaches a top speed of 210 km / h and can go from 0 to 100 km / h in just 6.5 seconds.

“In general, the Land Rover and Range Rover used by the Royal House change the registration numbers of the vehicle once out of service, which makes it difficult to confirm its history. This example is a rare exception to this,” they explain from the auction house. The car will go on sale on May 22. The auction house expects to get between 30,000 and 4,000 pounds for him, which is between 36,000 and 46,000 euros in exchange.

Noelia Lopez April 26, 2021 – 09: 36h

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