A 2009 Jaguar X-Type Estate, formerly owned and driven by Queen Elizabeth II, is being drawn in a raffle to raise money for Red Nose Day.
This particular Jaguar was donated to Chris Evans’ Carfest’s Comic Relief charity raffle.
Entering the sweepstakes gives you the chance to own a piece of real royal history.
appointed by the royal
The Jaguar X-Type Estate, in Emerald Fire Green and barley leather interior, was purchased by the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Said to be a replacement for her favorite Land Rover Defender, the station wagon designed by Ian Callum provides a useful boot for her beloved corgi. Her Majesty is regularly seen driving a Jaguar around Windsor until at least March 2022.
Queen Elizabeth II is clearly not one to hang out. Powering the X-Type is a range-topping 228hp 3.0-litre V6 petrol enginecombined with all-wheel drive and an automatic transmission.
Fittingly, the Jaguar is specified as the Sovereign trim level, with climate-controlled air conditioning and wood trim inside.
Historic cars built for a good cause
Jaguar was sold in November following the Queen’s death last year historical auctioneer.
At £35,000, plus an additional £8,000 buyer’s fee, it’s a pretty pricey X-Type.
Enter Red Nose Day Sweepstakes It’s much cheaper – £10, plus the cost of a text message – and the lucky winner will benefit from a limited warranty and contribution to the cost of insurance.
The sweepstakes for the Jaguar X-Type is open now and will end on March 31, 2023. This year’s Red Nose Day will be held on Friday, March 17.
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