Queen Elizabeth II’s casket was transported to London Tuesday evening via a Royal Air Force jet and a state hearse befitting a British monarch.
The car was a Jaguar XF sedan converted into a hearse by Wilcox Limousines.
The specialty car builder was also responsible for the Jaguar XJ-based hearse used during the funeral services for the queen mother in 2002.
The black vehicle features a particularly tall roof and thin pillars that accommodate the large glass windows and skylight on the casket compartment, which is brightly illuminated.
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In the days following her death in Scotland, the queen’s coffin was carried by a Mercedes-Benz limousine provided by local funeral director William Purvee.
The company told Fox News Digital the vehicle was originally silver, but was covered in a black wrap to accommodate the royal protocols.
Elizabeth’s husband Prince Philip’s casket was transported by a slightly less conventional vehicle during his funeral services last year.
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It was a Land Rover Defender custom built with a platform for the casket in the fashion of a horse-drawn gun carriage-type hearse that Philip helped design.
He reportedly once asked Elizabeth to “just stick me in the back of a Land Rover and drive me to Windsor” prior to his death.