Victoria Beckham's special edition Range Rover is on the market. The fashion designer was commissioned by Land Rover to help build a limited run of the Evoque model but she is selling the luxury car after only racking up 1,400 miles in three years.
Victoria is selling her special edition Range Rover
Just 200 of the £80,000 cars were built, with Victoria owning one of the luxurious SUVs since 2013. Speaking the year before, Victoria said: "I've stayed very true to myself. I've designed a car that I want to drive, a car that I think David wants to drive."
However, the mum-of-four hasn't made use of her lavish car, which is still in her name. The plush vehicle is being sold on behalf of her father through Lookers Land Rover in Bishops Stortford, Herts.
The car is advertised at £55,000
The matte-grey car was first put up for sale for £80,000 but the price was lowered to £55,000. The SUV has special tanned leather seats and luxurious features including a TV, sat-nav and 16-speaker sound system.
The 20-inch black alloys have rose-gold detailing and there is a signed leather wallet containing the owner's manual.
The car features tanned leather seats
Nick Horwood, sales executive at Lookers, said: "There's only been one owner that we can see on the log book and that's Victoria. I think they're getting rid of it because they just don't use it.
"This car is a little bit different to the normal second-hand car. It's a special edition car anyway and the fact that it's actually been owned by Victoria herself is quite impressive."
Victoria has only done 1,400 miles in three years
Land Rover appointed the 41-year-old as creative design executive in July 2010. The former Spice Girl worked with the design team under the direction of director Gerry McGovern over a period of 18 months to create her dream car.