Saturday, 18 June 2016 14:29

Make way for the Roll-Royce Vision Next 100

If you were wondering after the end of production of the seventh generation Rolls-Royce Phantom- considered to be “the best car” in the world by the aficionados what would the next generation of Rolls-Royce car look like then read below and swoon over the stunning images provided to the media by the iconic luxury car company.

Defining the future of luxury mobility, this is how the Rolls Royce Codenamed 103EX will look. It was presented during the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 recently at London’s Roundhouse. It provides a fully authentic look into the potential demands and desires of the wealthy connoisseur of the future. Designed after having gone through an intimate understanding of its customers, thinking and demand in the future as part of its detailed research.  It is revolutionary, autonomous, spacious and as personal as each individual wealthy connoisseur of the magnificent brand.

 

With a hand built chassis made from the most advanced materials and powered by a zero emissions powertrain the Vision Next car will have advanced manufacturing technology that will involve customers in the design of the shape, size and silhouette of their personal Rolls-Royce vision. The future customer cancommission his or her own concept. Rolls‑Royce will design and manufacture this personal vision of each customer and make every Rolls-Royce a unique Bespoke masterpiece. You can expect lightness, simplicity and an effortless elegance from this spectacular car that is 5.9 metres long and 1.6 metres high.

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