CHAMPION golfer Rory McIlroy's stunning Range Rover could be yours – and it shouldn't cost you a fortune.
McIlroy's 2014 Range Rover is a 5.0-litre, V8 Autobiography Overfinch model with 42,000 miles on the clock, and it's up is for sale at a specialist dealer.
McIlroy from Northern Ireland, is currently standing at number two in the world rankings, although has spent more than 100 weeks in the top spot over the course of his career.
The Range Rover Overfinch, which Rory owned from 2016 until 2021, is currently on sale for £48,990, as advertised on motors.co.uk.
The luxury model has five seats and is finished in Metallic Santorini Black with full Ebony Overfinch leather trim and Ebony leather headlining.
According to the online advert, Rory McIlroy paid £150,000 to secure the special motor.
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The advert description reads: " The car has a full Carbon Front Bumper, Overfinch Rear Bumper, Overfinch Active Exhaust, 23" Alloys, Upgraded Overfinch interior including a full Carbon Pack and much more.
"If you are in the market for something a bit special with celebrity ownership, then this is for you!"
"This is a genuine Overfinch and not a copy!
This advert states that the car is fully loaded and includes a 23-inch Rear Entertainment system, which is 'like having a television in the back of the vehicle'.
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It also includes heated and cooled seats with memory functions.
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