Prince Harry's former Audi for sale on AutoTrader for £71,900

Prince Harry's former Audi for sale on AutoTrader for £71,900

Prince Harry's former Audi for sale on AutoTrader for £71,900

Where most estate cars have frugal diesel engines and offer all the excitement of a trip to the launderette, this one features a highly tuned, twin-turbo V8 engine that could give a Ferrari a run for its money and uses four-wheel drive to turn more eagerly than a polo pony.

This one-year-old Audi RS6 Avant, for sale at Overton Prestige for a hefty £71 900 (R1.25 million) may not be a classic (yet!) but it already has serious provenance.

Overton Prestige is now selling Prince Harry's Audi RS6 Avant for £71,900.

And don't worry, he isn't offloading a lemon.

'Maybe (Harry) is on the market for a bigger family auto, in which case we'd recommend a Skoda Superb, which won the best family vehicle in our recent New vehicle Awards, or maybe he's after an electric vehicle, having driven Meghan away after their wedding in an electric Jag?' The top speed restriction is also increased to 174 miles per hour.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry kiss
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry kiss on the steps of St George’s Chapel at their wedding in May

According to The Sun, the auto only has 4,464 miles on it, and it features a 4.0-litre V8 engine that delivers a 552bhp. The previous owner was none other than Prince Harry, the flame-haired royal who is married to a retired actress called Meghan.

"It begs the questions why is the Prince selling so soon?"

The grey Audi RS6 once owned by Prince Harry of the British royal family is now for sale on AutoTrader in the UK.

According to theBBC, Auto Trader editorial director Erin Baker speculated that the Prince's relative haste in selling his vehicle might speak to his plans for the future with the Duchess.

Despite Royal warrants for Bentley, Aston Martin, and Jaguar Land Rover, Audi is something of a family favourite among the Royals.

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