Based on the 103EX Concept that Rolls-Royce debuted back in 2016, this new version follows up on that futuristic vehicle with a few quirks. It skips the steering wheel and features sofa-like seat, virtual assistant/chauffeur and wrap around OLED display. On the outside, you’ll find enclosed rear wheels for improved aerodynamics, a Sweptail-like rear and a transparent top. Continue reading
“The entire cabin is surrounded by displays, and there’s no sign of a steering wheel – nor a mirror for that matter, inside or out. Luxury car buyers will probably adjust a lot faster to self-driving technology than everyone else, especially those who actually enjoy being in control. Realistically speaking though, something resembling this independent study won’t be unveiled any time soon,” reports Car Scoops.