Although the odds are stacked against Rolls-Royce introducing a pickup truck, young design genius Travis Yang, who conceived the Britannia, didn't let that stop him. The digital concept features a rear bed upholstered in wood and opulent proportions typical of Rolls-Royce vehicles.
The concept's ultra-long hood, which gives it the appearance of a boat, is its most eye-catching feature. Keep in mind that the design was originally conceived as an EV, so all that additional room up front can be used as storage compartments.
LED lights installed on the roof give it a daring appearance. Like the bonnet straps, the boxy wheel arches are linked to the lighted side sills. Similarly to the rear deck of the custom Boat Tail, the bed in the rear is finished in luxurious wood.
Other features, such as LED taillights and a tailgate that extends beyond the body, can be found in the car's noticeable rear overhang. Although Rolls-Royce Britannia's proposed design ideas for a premium pickup truck are unlikely to ever see production, the vehicle's design is still intriguing.