Royal Cars owned by The British Royal Family

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The royal family has owned dozens of Rolls-Royce Phantom IVs and Vs. Rolls-Royce produced only 18 Her Majesty's State Landaulet in 1955, which were exclusively sold to heads of state. The Queen's car was in service for 43 years before being returned to Rolls-Royce in 2002.

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 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV 

The Queen was gifted a unique State Limousine based on the Arnage by the Crewe manufacturer in 2002 to mark her 50th anniversary of accession to the throne,  powered by a modified 400bhp 6.75-litre V8. 

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Bentley State Limousine

One of the most enchanting cars imaginable, it is powered by a 115bhp straight-six and Philip paid extra for an upgraded five-speed ZF gearbox. It remains on display at Sandringham.

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Alvis TD21 Series II Drophead Coupe 

Elizabeth II purchased the Seychelles Blue DB6 Volante as a present for her heir’s 21st birthday. It  is equipped with a six-cylinder engine producing around 282 horsepower. Its top speed is approximately 140 mph (225 km/h).

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Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante

Elizabeth II purchased the Seychelles Blue DB6 Volante as a present for her heir’s 21st birthday. It is equipped with a six-cylinder engine producing around 282 horsepower. Its top speed is approximately 140 mph (225 km/h)

Prince William’s latest high-speed car is a £115,000 all-electric supercar. The neck-snapping four-door has dual motors that develop 637bhp, spiriting the future king and his family from zero to 62mph in 3.3 seconds. 

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Audi RS E-Tron GT

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