Drivers can secure motor used by Queen Elizabeth II for affordable price tag

The Queen attends Chelsea Flower Show in a buggy

A motor vehicle used by Queen Elizabeth II on one of her final public appearances last summer will go on sale next weekend.

The Luxury Golf Cart was custom-built for Her Majesty and used on two occasions by the former monarch.

Both of her trips on the model came while attending the Chelsea Flower Show including her brief appearance last May.

The model was produced by Danish designers Garia who have specialised in luxury golf cart designs since 2005.

Iconic Auctioneers said: “This is a bespoke version of Garia’s highly-specified ‘Bride and Groom’ Courtesy model, created exclusively to enable Her Late Majesty The Queen and guests to fully enjoy the Chelsea Flower Show.

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“It has only been used on two occasions, both by Her Late Majesty whilst at Chelsea, covering just eight miles.

“Inspired by Danish design and a passion for automobiles, the Garia unifies the convenience of a golf and leisure car with unrivalled attention to luxury, quality and aesthetics.

“The Courtesy is a multi-functional electric vehicle, designed and produced in Denmark, and is the ideal vehicle to transport guests around private areas in style.”

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The cart feature an upgraded 120ah Lithium battery and even includes extra features such as a fridge.

The model has a guide price of between £20,000 and £25,000 while buyers will pay an extra 20 percent of the final price in VAT.

However auctioneers claim the model is retailing for around £28,000 making it “good value for money” considering its royal links.

The vehicle will be sold at a special auction at the Silverstone Festival event next weekend.

It will go under the hammer at the Silverstone Wing on Saturday morning at 11am but interested buyers do not need to attend to secure the machine.

Instead, Iconic Auctioneers stress participants can choose to bid in the room or via the phone or online.

Sellers have confirmed finance options may be available courtesy of Oracle Car Finance.

Meanwhile, shipping details for the successful purchaser will be confirmed nearer the time.

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