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Apparently Prince Harry's Sweet Ride Can Now Be Yours

Apparently Prince Harry's Sweet Ride Can Now Be Yours

Anyone got a spare 80k lying around, or in the market for a snazzy royal hand-me-down, then look no further.

The Duke of Sussex was spotted driving the automatic four litre RS6 Avant, which does zero to 60mph in 3.9 seconds, to Pippa Middleton's wedding reception with his now wife the Duchess of Sussex.

Prince Harry has listed his 2017 Audi RS6 Avant on the market after just one year, and we can't help but wonder, is this to make room for a more family-friendly vehicle?

Heated front and rear seats allows royals riding in the back to enjoy the same comforts as those who've called "shotgun", and the sports exhaust offers a fitting audio track to complement the high performance hidden under its subtle exterior.

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"Maybe he's 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?"

"Prince Harry and Meghan tied the knot less than six months ago and now Harry is putting his 17 reg, low mileage Audi up for sale - you can't help but wonder if it's because he is in the market for something bigger", Erin Baker, Auto Trader's editorial director, told Mashable.

The handsome luxury vehicle was acquired by Derbyshire-based car dealership Overton Prestige and is listed on Auto Trader for £71,900 (around $93,700 USD), the BBC reported. Baker said. "Maybe he's on the market for a bigger family auto". The RS6 is one of the fastest estate cars out there, and it can be yours for a cool £71,900.

Maybe he just felt like a bit of a change.


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