Well, the fully autonomous Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100 was certainly a majestic site to see in person during its premiere in Santa Monica, Los Angeles. While getting intimate with the EV it is a simplistic conclusion that the Vision Vehicle drives opulence to a new stratosphere. “Today, Rolls-Royce, the world’s leading luxury brand, has defined the future of luxury mobility. The Grand Arrival of the Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100 boldly points to a bright future for our marque where our patrons’ individual demands for complete and authentic personalization will be met through an exquisite fusion of technology, design and hallmark Rolls-Royce craftsmanship,” stated Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
The interior will be a private retreat, a “Grand Sanctuary” in which a virtual assistant not only drives the vehicle but also fulfills the occupants’ every wish throughout the journey. The stunning exterior, with an elegant clamshell canopy and coach door, allows passengers simply to stand up and step out of the vehicle, ensuring they are the picture of refinement and taste wherever they arrive. The Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100 represents just one possible option for a unique, personal, customized Rolls-Royce.
“With the we were mindful not to dwell on the past. We wanted to be as innovative as possible and at the same time transcend the design history of the marque,” explained Giles Taylor, Director of Design, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
Gallery: The Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100
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