Rolls-Royce, the company behind the cars that many of us will never afford, has unveiled an extreme futuristic concept car this week.
The Vision Next 100 car has been billed as the company’s “first-ever pure vision vehicle.” and is “code-named” 103EX.
Debuting at London’s Roundhouse arts venue, the vehicle includes 28-inch wheels, an interior with a silky wool sofa, and also has a total self-driving capability.
Rolls-Royce is part of the BMW Group, which unveiled the Vision Next 100 as part of its ongoing 100th-anniversary celebration.
Swanky features include: organic light-emitting diode (OLED) touch screen, Macassar wood paneling, artificial intelligence for self-driving, a 19.4-foot-long, 5.2-foot-high body, polished metal, the Rolls-Royce “pantheon” grille with Double-R badge, and luggage compartment near the front wheels.
As a concept car, the vehicle is not for sale.