For years, the LA Auto Show (LAAS) was known as the “Green” auto show with alternative energy power, while the Detroit show (NAIAS) got all the muscle. Now, it’s hard to tell the difference.
Andreas Thurner, new VP will lead design of the new global all-electric luxury platform with the first of several models targeted for 2021. Thurner is also part of the team that developed the smashing SC1 Vision Concept.
From the moment Sir Henry Royce introduced the Rolls-Royce Phantom in 1925 it was judged ‘The Best Car in the World’ by the cognoscenti.
2016 is now in the rear view mirror, and the images of the past year are getting smaller by the moment. We’ve put together a selection of the action from the past year in all shapes and sizes, colors, and purpose. The obvious question is, what will tomorrow bring?
When you start to imagine 25 years ahead into the next stage of transportation, it’s not easy to get a bead on where we will be. However, the Vision Next 100 (aka 103EX) does provide a clear indication of what a Rolls-Royce will be, and what it won’t.
The Grand Arrival of the Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100 boldly points to a bright future for the marque. And, the future might be very different from what you might have imagined at Rolls-Royce! BMW shows off its heritage and brand, and a glimpse at what we might be driving in 2040.
Every parent says his or her child is special. Coincidentally, every OEM says each of its cars are special. But, as we all know, some are just a bit more special than others. Many a car company touts the virtues of its diverse product line. Oh sure, there’s three trim levels, eight paint choices, and in some cases a wide selection of knick-knacks, so you can call the car your very own. Chrome plated plastic mirrors or vinyl stripes, just check the box. That story fits 99% of the cars found on the road. And then, there's Rolls-Royce.