Brits believe this is going to be the vehicle newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will drive off into the sunset in following their wedding next week.
The white sports car channels the best of British and American motoring – an Aston Martin DB11 and the iconic Ford Mustang – which topped a survey of more than 2,000 adults to uncover the number one choices for the wedding vehicle.
The research, commissioned by webuyanycar.com, revealed 86 per cent of Brits believe Harry and Meghan will jump into a British car on their big day, while one in 10 imagine the motor could be a half and half American-British hybrid.
The DB11 shape forms the base of the imaginary Windsor wedding car, adapted with the wheels and arches of the iconic Mustang.
The eye-catching motor also sports the rear end of a classic Mustang, with a Ford bumper, chrome protection bar and two side exhausts.
The final design also reflects some more distinctive details – since four in 10 of those surveyed think the happy couple’s car will feature a personalised number plate.
One in 10 even hope the royal wedding coupé will include a special side car for Meghan’s pet Beagle, Guy.
The car’s name, Royal Roadster, was a clear winner, with almost 60 per cent of the vote, beating off other potential suggestions including the ‘Monarch’s Motor’ and ‘Prince’s Pit Stop’.
One in twenty of those polled think the car will be decorated in celebration of the two nations, donning star-spangled banners and Union flags.
Nearly one quarter believe Prince Harry will be sitting behind the wheel on his big day.
Following their reception, many think the couple will head back to Buckingham Palace to greet their adoring fans.
And one in 10 toyed with the notion that the newlyweds will head up to Balmoral to enjoy married life away from the public eye.
During their journey to their next destination as husband and wife, half agreed ‘Perfect’ by Ed Sheeran is the top choice of song to play in the wedding car.
While 14 per cent named ‘Endless Love’ by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross as the driving theme tune Harry and Meghan will choose to start their new lives together.
Nearly a third of people believe the couple will stash USB chargers in their wedding car to charge their phones so they can catch up on congratulatory texts after the drive.
While nearly one quarter are in high hopes that the royal love birds will have a selfie stick on board to take snaps of their big day.
The research also found that 63 per cent will be tuning into the big day.