Luxury watch brand Cartier has taken part in the Goodwood Festival of Speed this week for the 18th consecutive year, this time focusing on a single motoring theme – cars owned or used by the Queen.
The brand’s Style et Luxe concours d’elegance was organised as a “mark of respect” to the Queen, celebrating her Diamond Jubilee.
Cartier and Goodwood have together assembled a range of cars personally owned or used the Queen – a selection Cartier has called “astonishing”.
Among the vehicles that have been on show at Goodwood was a Rolls Royce Phantom IV, 1948 the Queen’s first official state car, whilst she was still Princess Elizabeth.
All of the Queen’s vehicles to feature at Goodwood have never been seen in public together as a collection.
Cartier will also welcome acclaimed judges from the worlds of art, design, fashion, sport and the stage, including Nick Foulkes, designer Anya Hindmarch, Kevin McCloud and actors Rupert Penry-Jones and Philip Glenister.