As of 2015, some Rolls Royce concept cars include the Apparition, the Campbell-Railton Bluebird, the 2030 Eidolon and the Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe II. Concept cars are displayed annually at car shows and are intended to exhibit new feats in engineering and technology. However, concept cars that make it onto production lines are usually very different than prototypes. Concept cars, unlike production-intent vehicles, are often designed from exotic materials and impractical to offer to the public due to safety concerns.Continue Reading
Industrial designer Jeremy Westerlund designed the Apparition concept car, which serves as a modern rendition of a chauffeur-driven carriage. With a long, sleek body, the Apparition features an open-air driver's cockpit with passenger seating in its almost windowless interior.
The 2030 Eidolon Rolls Royce concept car offers both semi-automatic and fully automatic driving modes. This concept car solves modern-day maneuverability issues by replacing commonplace suspension systems with Michelin Omniwheel technology. The Omniwheel adjusts suspension according to terrain by continuously modifying the turning radius of the vehicle.
Ugur Sahin designed the Rolls Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe II to resemble the 1935 design of the same name. This coupe redesign features a sleek and aerodynamic modern style while maintaining the proportions of the original.Learn more about Car Makes & Models