A Range Rover Evoque that was designed and owned by Victoria Beckham has hit the market – with just 1,400 miles on the clock.
The special edition Evoque is one of only 200 examples ever made, and features bespoke touches such as a 16-speaker sound system and a matte grey paintjob.
Despite the car's exclusivity, its £60,000 asking price has already been cut to £55,000.
Nick Horwood, from Lookers Land Rover in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, told AOL Cars: "We've had the car here a little while, maybe for a couple of months now.
"My colleagues have already had a lot of calls about the car, but then there have only been 200 made."
The Evoque, which at its launch came with an asking price of £80,000, features alloy wheels that have rose gold tints. Inside, the owner's manual comes in a signed leather wallet.
Speaking when the car was launched, Beckham said: "It's a great honour. I wanted to design a car that I want to drive and that David would want to drive. I want a car that reflects my personality. I'm really proud of this car.
This particular Evoque is powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine which enables the car to reach 62mph in an impressive 7.1 seconds, and carry on all the way to a top speed of 135mph.