One look at the Rolls-Royce 103EX and you know the automobile industry’s future is going to be pretty darn good. Unveiled as a part of the company’s Vision Next 100, the 103EX remained constant to the iconic tropes of any true Rolls-Royce: The iconic Spirit of Ecstasy, the Pantheon grille and long bonnet.
Nearly 20 feet long and five feet tall, the concept car has redefined the future of luxury mobility with its silk-clothed sofa, finest deep-pile ivory wool cabin carpet (especially woven in London), and handcrafted fine-line Macassar wood panelling across the interiors.
Though unsure what the car will be powered by in the future, the German makers have hinted at a fully-automated, zero-emission drivetrain and advanced suspension that will make the vehicle almost skim across the road surface.
The designers at Rolls-Royce should take a bow for this wickedly sexy design, especially the dark glass canopy that resolves into the bonnet, giving it a powerful and elegant stance.