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Prince Philip's funeral hearse is a modified Land Rover Defender – symbolic of a pioneering, practical Britain

By Aamer Mahmud, Associate Professor in Automotive Design, Coventry University
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The ceremonial funeral of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, will take place on Saturday April 17 in the chapel at Windsor Castle. But in a break from ceremony – a final quirky flourish from a characterful member of the royal family – the prince’s coffin will be transported to the castle chapel by a bespoke Land Rover Defender TD5 130, partially designed by the duke himself.


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