Welcome back! Rolls-Royce 103EX from 2035 finally returns home
After 4 years of adventures across the planet, the Rolls-Royce 103EX for the year 2035 is finally back home, where it all began.
Well, you wouldn’t blame the Rolls-Royce going back home after a tedious but exciting years of adventure all over the world. The Rolls-Royce 103EX, a self-driving all-electric concept car, which has been on global tour for four years, is finally back to where it all began.
The futuristic Rolls-Royce 103EX has finally returned to its home at Greenwood, London, United Kingdom after 4 years
The concept model, also known as the ‘Vision Next 100’, is set to become Rolls-Royce’s very first all-electric autonomous car. It is a big step into the future, 2013 to be precise, of what driving would look like.
There would be no need for steering wheels since it will chauffeur humans to their pre-programmed destinations
According to CEO of Rolls-Royce Motorcars, Torsten Muller-Otvos; he said:
“We are delighted to welcome 103EX home to Goodwood. After almost four years on international duties, we felt it was time for the experimental model to return home It is a chance for those who worked on the project to relive some great memories, and for people who have joined us more recently to discover one of the most important cars we have ever built”
In 2016, the all-electric Rolls-Royce 103EX for the 2035 model year made its debut with an artificial intelligence designed to take people to their pre-programmed destinations.
This incredible year 2035 design, is set to become Rolls-Royce's first all-electric autonomous car
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The concept model dubbed as ‘Vision 103EX’ will not come with a steering wheel and it will offer Macassar wood paneling, touch-screens, silky wool seats and deep-pile ivory wool carpet for absolute comfort while cruising in it.
The British luxury marque, Rolls-Royce, said:
“As our first fully autonomous electric vehicle, 103EX was a huge statement of intent. In its technical innovation, it showed unequivocally that Rolls-Royce regards electric power as the future of automotive propulsion,”
“It also demonstrated our radical vision of effortless, autonomous, connected, spacious and beautiful luxury mobility, with each car as individual as the customer themselves.”
All thanks to the ingenious work of design from the former head of design at Rolls-Royce, Giles Taylor, who is presently working for Hongqi, a Chinese automaker. He is now providing strong competition for his former employer, by designing a Chinese Rolls-Royce. To see this majestic future car, all you need to do is to visit the Rolls-Royce home at Goodwood, United Kingdom, where it is currently on display.
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