Prince Harry’s former Audi RS 6 station wagon is up for sale in the UK.
It’s available to purchase for £42,000 on pistonheads.com, one of the UK’s leading on-line automotive marketplaces.
The car’s royal lineage can be traced back to 2017 when the Prince reportedly took delivery of the 418kW, four-wheel-drive, V8-powered estate car for £91,530 – shortly before marrying Meghan Markle.
The Prince is said to have covered around 7200km in the car during his 15 months of ownership.
The six-year-old model has now covered almost 110,000km.
The RS 6 is capable of 0-100km/h in under 4.0 seconds and comes equipped with factory-fitted optional extras which added £11,000 to the original list price.
Upon purchasing the car, Prince Harry also elected to have the car’s electronic speed limiter de-restricted, allowing for a top speed of 280km/h.
Additional extras include Daytona Grey Pearl Effect metallic paint, a Grey alcantara and leather interior with carbon trim, plus desirable RS Sport suspension with Dynamic Ride control.
The RS6 retains its original number plate – KX17 ZBN – as proof of provenance.
PistonHeads’ Matt Bird said the Audi RS 6 is a firm favourite among performance car enthusiasts, and rightly so.
“Even with royal blood running through its fuel lines, this example is now available for less than half the car’s original purchase price,” he said.
“While most people would be forgiven for mistaking the RS 6 as any other Audi-badged estate, the RS6 is genuinely capable of going toe-to-toe with most supercars when it comes to straight-line performance.”
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