This year's Jubilee anniversary has inspired the largest motoring festival in the world to take a look back in time at some of the Queen's own prestigious vehicles.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed will showcase cars from the Queen's collection that have never been seen before as part of its Cartier Style et Luxe concours d'elegance display.
The festival is the largest motoring garden party in the world and the cars will come from collections at Sandringham, the Royal Mews and from overseas governments.
Vehicles will be divided into six categories: limousines, official overseas state visit travel, working cars, personal family cars, aviation, rail and horse-drawn vehicles, and royal household toy cars.
A 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V, a 1929 Daimler Double Six 30hp Brougham, will be at the event in Goodwood House in Chichester from June 28 - July 1.
The Citroën SM Decapotable, used by Her Majesty during a State visit to France in the early 70s, and a 1961 Vauxhall Cresta Friary Estate used to ferry the corgi dogs will also be pulling up at the motoring celebration.
Copyright Press Association 2012