Rolls Royce revealed their design for the first pure vision vehicle for their ongoing 100th anniversary celebration, debuting at London’s Roundhouse Arts Venue. With a dazzling design, including 28-inch wheels and a soft and smooth sofa in the interior – it has the advancements to be a self-driving capable machine.
The design elements of the futuristic car could eventually be developed and integrated into a production car – code named 103EX. Rolls Royce acknowledged that the 12-cylinder engines that have powered its huge cars in the past would probably not work for future endeavors.
Features of the 103EX include a fully-self driving car with a virtual assistant that can provide recommendations for directions and scheduling. An OLED touch-screen with wood paneling and ivory wool carpet are also included – making there plenty of comfortable seating for passengers. The dimensions of the concept car match the size of the classic Phantom vehicle with the famous grille on the front, showcasing the Double-R badge. Not to mention, there is also a compartment for luggage near the front wheels.
However, the vehicle is not for sale, as it is just a concept car.