Ever wondered how a supercar from British luxury automaker Rolls-Royce will look like?
Brands like Bugatti, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Koenigsegg and Pagani comes to mind when the word “supercar” is mentioned.
Should Rolls-Royce enter the supercar segment?
BMW-owned British automaker Rolls-Royce is one of the biggest in the game when it comes to making extra luxury cars.
Its current line-up includes the Dawn Convertible, Ghost sedan, Wraith Coupe, Phantom sedan, and the latest addition, the Cullinan SUV.
One segment that Rolls-Royce has never played in is that of the sports car.
Just like Bentley, we’re pretty sure Rolls-Royce doesn’t intend to. The closest that sport car fans can get from Rolls-Royce is the Wraith.
Prisk’s imaginary sports car takes styling cues from the Wraith. The front end features the classic Rolls-Royce grille and a Spirit of Ecstasy sits on the bonnet.
He said on his facebook page that :
“Rolls-Royce supercar. Probably the most pointless design I have done, I can’t think of a single reason for that car to exist.
Had a hard time trying to mix the classic Rolls-Royce lines with mid-engine layout, but I’m actually really happy with the result.
It would be the classiest looking supercar and I am a fan of the looks.”
As for the engine that will power this imaginary supercar, Rolls-Royce will likely use the 6.75-liter V-12 engine.
The automaker was adamant back in 2019 that it will be holding onto its legendary for as long as possible.
With This Awesome Rendering, Should Rolls-Royce Enter The Sports car Segment?