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Rolls-Royce 103EX From The Year 2035 Returns Home





Rolls-Royce 103EX concept car from the year 2035 returns home after four years of touring the world…





Rolls-Royce 103EX all-electric autonomous concept car has finally returned home after almost four years of touring the globe.

Also known as the Vision Next 100, the 100EX is the british luxury marque’s first all-electric self-driving car. It previews what driving will look like by 2035.

Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Rolls-Royce Motorcars CEO, said.

We are delighted to welcome 103EX home to Goodwood. After almost four years on international duties, we felt it was time for the experimental model to return home

It is a chance for those who worked on the project to relive some great memories, and for people who have joined us more recently to discover one of the most important cars we have ever built”

Rolls-Royce’s 103EX autonomous car debuted in 2016 with artificial intelligence that is designed to chauffeur humans to their pre-programmed destinations.



Vision 100EX also comes without steering wheels and features touch-screens, Macassar wood paneling, deep-pile ivory wool carpet and a silky wool seats for comfortable seating on the interior.


“As our first fully autonomous electric vehicle, 103EX was a huge statement of intent. In its technical innovation, it showed unequivocally that Rolls-Royce regards electric power as the future of automotive propulsion,”

“It also demonstrated our radical vision of effortless, autonomous, connected, spacious and beautiful luxury mobility, with each car as individual as the customer themselves.”


The 100EX is the brainchild of former Rolls-Royce’s head of design, Giles Taylor. Giles currently works for Chinese automaker, Hongqi, to design Chinese “Rolls-Royce” rivals. It is currently displayed at the home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood, in London, U.K.