George Clooney is aiming to raise more than $100,000 (£62,500) to aid the victims of war-torn Sudan by auctioning off his limited-edition electric car.
The Ocean's Eleven star and humanitarian has long been involved with raising awareness about the humanitarian crisis in the troubled African republic and he is hoping to boost funds for aid in the area with the sale of his rare Black metallic 2008 Tesla Roadster.
The eco-friendly Signature 100 vehicle, which boasts a two-tone leather interior and has just 1,700 miles (2,735.9 kilometres) on the clock, is set to go under the hammer at California's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance auction by Gooding and Co. on 18 August (12).
The funds will benefit Clooney's Satellite Sentinel Project, set up to monitor the actions of warlords in Sudan in an effort to prevent another civil war between the country and the newly-independent South Sudan.
David Gooding, president of the auction firm, says, "We are overjoyed to present George Clooney's Signature 100 Tesla at Pebble Beach because this is an incredible opportunity to purchase a modern collector car with all the right elements one-owner, celebrity provenance; historical significance; limited-edition rarity and philanthropic ties."