Prince William’s Royal Range Rover Headed to Auction

Prince William’s Royal Range Rover Headed to Auction

A Range Rover that belonged to Prince William is being auctioned off to raise money for charity. 

The Royal Rover was also used to transport Prince William’s son, Prince George, home from the hospital after his birth three years ago. Those interested will have to visit CharityStars.com to put in a bid. As of publication time, the current bid for the Range Rover is £49,970 ($64,976 USD), though the vehicle is expected to sell for at least £150,000. A reserve of around £75,000 has been set.

This Range Rover Vogue SE came from Land Rover’s VIP department fitted with plenty of custom features. Brand new, an equivalent Range Rover would cost around £93,000, though in the future when Pringe George becomes king, the value of this special Range Rover will likely sky rocket. Under the hood is a 4.4-liter diesel-powered V8 that makes 334 horsepower, sent through an eight-speed automatic transmission. The odometer has 31,000 miles on it.

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Proceeds from the sale will go to Sun Screen IT, a company that donates computers to schools, hospitals and orphanages in developing countries, and Stand Down, a charity that provides online mental health counselling to members of the armed forces.