Prince Philip’s modified 4.4-litre Range Rover Autobiography has been advertised for sale with just 3,200 miles on the clock.
Available to buy brand new for £114,000, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Range Rover is on sale for £120,000.
The vehicle was prepared by the Land Rover Workshop at Gaydon and would have been equipped with covert lighting and police emergency lighting, along with specially adapted fixed side steps and additional grab handles to enable Her Majesty The Queen to be able to access the rear passenger compartment more comfortably.
The car made a high profile appearance during President Obama’s state visit to the United Kingdom in 2016 when Prince Philip, who was accompanied by Her Majesty The Queen, drove it to meet President Obama and the First Lady as they stepped off Marine One after it landed in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle enjoyed its comfort in 2016 when the Duke of Edinburgh was at the wheel in Windsor.
Jack Morgan-Jones, of Bramley Motor Cars, in Guildford, Surrey, selling the Duke’s Range Rover, said: “It has a truly special history and is an automotive symbol of British heritage.
“It has unrivalled comfort and road presence.
“I can see why it’s a royal favourite.”
The news comes just weeks after Prince Philip was involved in a road traffic collision in his Land Rover Freelander.