Landmark vehicle will be auctioned to raise funds for Help for Heroes
The one millionth Range Rover has been built at the Solihull Plant and this landmark vehicle a Range Rover Autobiography in ultimate black will be auctioned to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
The one millionth Range Rover will be driven from Solihull to London by Land Rovers Managing Director Phil Popham. He will be followed by a convoy of heritage Range Rovers, driven by their enthusiastic owners. The one millionth Range Rover will be delivered to Jeremy Clarkson who is a Help for Heroes patron, he will receive the Range Rover on behalf of the charity.
The Range Rover being donated is the highest-specification model currently available, the Range Rover Vogue, valued in excess of £85,000. Estimates suggest it will raise over £100,000 for charity when auctioned later this year. Bryn Parry, CEO and Co-founder of Help for Heroes said “this is a real milestone in their history and so a very special donation, made even more special by knowing the money raised from the auction of the car will be able to provide much needed funds to help our wounded heroes on their road to recovery.”