Cars – A special royal car has been announced at a new auction. A modified 1994 Range Rover Vogue LSE commissioned by the brother of the Sultan of Brunei and used by Mike Tyson will be sold at auction. The auction will be held by Iconic Auctioneers in the United Kingdom.
The car will be one of the most interesting vehicles that will be presented during the event, which runs from November 10 to 12. It is expected to sell for between $37,120 and $49,493.
This special Range Rover was built for Prince Geoffrey by Townley Cross Country Vehicles and was the finest Range Rover of its time. It is longer than a standard Range Rover and the roof has been raised by eight inches. This results in a very large cabin that allows passengers to relax as they would on a private jet.
One of the most interesting aspects of the interior design is the design of the seats. Directly behind the driver’s seat at the front of the cabin is a single seat facing the door. The back of the cabin includes two large chairs, each with armrests. The two seats also have access to two Sony headphones. The cabin also has two televisions with a VCR and CD player and large storage compartments. Two of the seats can be electrically adjusted and are all upholstered in light red leather.
Like many other cars owned by the Sultan of Brunei, it made global headlines in 2000. That was when boxing legend Mike Tyson used it while in Glasgow to fight Lou Savarese at Hampden Park. The car was sold by Glasgow Motors at the time, and eventually reached the hands of an owner in Denmark in January 2008. The car lived out its final years in the UK. The car covered 27,320 km.