Rolls-Royce Exterion

Is there really a need for actual windows if the car is fully autonomous? Automotive designer Sergey Dvornytskyy doesn’t think so, and it shows in his latest creation, the Rolls-Royce Exterion. This fully autonomous luxury saloon swaps the traditional grill for a gradient-like pattern up front, while introducing a streamlined curve at the rear. On the inside, virtual windows replace the classic ones, and can either be used as displays or to view outside scenery in real-time, thanks to a host of cameras. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion
Rolls-Royce Exterion

“The car’s stellar form is highlighted by the black surface running all the way from the hood to the back in a continuous streak that seems like a pen-stroke in the side view. The absence of windows reinforces the autonomous nature of the luxury automobile while also giving the car�s side a blue consistency that soothes my soul,” reports Yanko Design.