What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

The Rolls Royce of Electric Cars…


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… is made by Rolls Royce! Introducing the seriously sexy Rolls-Royce 103EX, the brand’s newest concept car. Creating zero emissions, this self-driven super-luxury car includes a personal assistant/AI interface named Eleanor. Of course, as a concept car, they aren’t actually producing them yet. Disappointing.

“Each Rolls-Royce will be designed less like a car, and more like an individual sculpture made from one seamless surface. Fluid curves sing with warmth, romance and opulence. This is a presence that proudly announces its arrival, and lights your entrance with a personal red carpet.” (Okay, it’s a red light with a gobo, not an actual carpet, but how great would your Louboutins look on that?)

I am not really much of a car person, but this one makes me feel all tingly! Do yourself a favor, and watch the video below full screen on the largest monitor you can find. My jaw hit the floor in the first few seconds, and stayed there, possibly permanently.

All photos the property of Rolls-Royce (*but the drool is all mine).


Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

4 thoughts on “The Rolls Royce of Electric Cars…

  1. I, too, am not a big car person, but that……to see actual design again in an automobile after such a long period of ugly, function-focused cars is just so exciting. I’ll never be able to afford that, but I sure hope I someday see one in the wild…..

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