A new dark horse has emerged in the world of luxury automobiles. The Rolls-Royce Apparition prototype, designed by LA-based automotive designer Julien Fesquet, has a gorgeous almost priceless pebble-like appearance that combines the Sweptail and overstates everything we liked about it.
Rolls-Royce Apparition is a long, lithe, attractive automobile with a pronounced wheel-to-body ratio. The extraordinarily long hood/bonnet gives it the impression of a regal panther, limbs outstretched, waiting to attack its victim.
The hood is exaggerated to the point that it curves slightly at the end, resulting in a sharply slanted windscreen that wraps around the entire car in a bubble of tinted glass from front to rear. The glass piece is found on the front, sheathing the place where Rolls-large Royce's grilles would ordinarily be found, implying an electric drivetrain. An electric engine, on the other hand, isn't the only forward-thinking feature of the Rolls-Royce car's design.
Digital rear-view mirrors, razor-thin headlights and taillights, and two spare tires, partially hidden by the front fenders in a delightfully modern recreation of a typical technique in Rolls-earlier Royce's models, are all included in the vehicle!
Rolls-Royce Apparition was developed by Fesquet as a personal project for 2 weeks while he was at home during the lockdown. “It was an opportunity to develop my 3D and render skills,” Fesquet said.