The futuristic Rolls-Royce Phantom will feature the iconic front end, slender headlights, and a dual-tone paint color.
Sketching an all-new Rolls-Royce Phantom while remaining the trademark design is undoubtedly not easy; however, automotive designer Matthew Parsons, who has seen numerous futuristic supercar concepts, has successfully fulfilled this task.
Matthew Parsons has successfully created some sketches of the 2050 Rolls-Royce Phantom
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"Imagine how next generation of Rolls-Royce Phantom will look like. Keep the brand identity and heritage but remember, last year conservative British marque showed the groundbreaking Vision Next 100 concept," according to Matthew. Through sketches posted on Behance, it’s clearly seen that the 2050 Rolls-Royce Phantom is highlighted with slimmer headlights, distinguished front grille and dual-tone paintwork.
The 2050 Rolls-Royce Phantom is highlighted with slimmer headlights, distinguished front grille and dual-tone paintwork
On the technology side, the 2050 Phantom is hoped to boast fully autonomous driving, a zero-emission, and full-electric powertrain as well. Nevertheless, it seems that the V12 engine is so stunningly attractive to luxury brands that Rolls-Royce still decides to be committed to it. Accordingly, the British marque tends to upgrade the current 6.75L engine for a higher performance and fuel-efficiency.
The 2050 Phantom is hoped to boast fully autonomous driving, a zero-emission and full-electric powertrain
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Concerning the next-gen Rolls-Royce Phantom, this vehicle will make its world premiere in 2008 with significant upgrades to both exterior and interior design together with new safety features. And this Rolls-Royce’s flagship sedan promises to satisfy the most demanding customers.
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