2020 is coming but Rolls-Royce has celebrated its new concept from the year 2035: Rolls-Royce 103EX, a totally insane concept.
The Rolls-Royce 103EX, also known as the Vision 100, is an all-electric, self-driving concept that doesn't even have a steering wheel. Instead, travelers sleep on a couch and "Eleanor," a private virtual assistant as well as a chauffeur, handles their every need. After two years of traveling the globe, it lastly moved to the automaker's office in Goodwood, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom.
In relation to being completely autonomous, the 103EX digs for a full-electric powertrain the traditional gas-powered V12 and was constructed using cutting-edge production techniques. The chassis is made completely by hand using the most advanced materials, and the in-depth journey of Supercar Blondie demonstrates off just a few of its many characteristics of high-tech.
Rolls-Royce 103EX is our first ever vision vehicle, and embodies just one of the endless possibilities that awaits. A personalised icon for the future, providing a sanctuary of calm in an ever-faster world. The pinnacle of effortless autonomous travel, gliding silently through the cities of tomorrow. This is our VISION NEXT 100.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars celebrates the move back to their home in Goodwood of their revolutionary electric vision car. 103EX arrived at Rolls-Royce's home in its own custom-made transporter, followed by the Experimental Vehicle Team who preserved and ready the car during its lengthy journeys.
And while the Goodwood workforce welcomed the return of the car with adequate fanfare, their short journey into the showroom area was, of course, completely soundless.