Video: The Rolls-Royce of the future is INSANE

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By Emily Woodbury

We… we… we don’t even have words! Look at this thing! The Rolls-Royce of the future (from the year 2035, as the title states), is here, and it couldn’t get any fancier.

A custom luggage door, a projected red carpet (this part is really somethin’), a heated umbrella compartment in the door, a silk couch and a robot named Eleanor that drives you around? Sign us up! Now, if only they’d make one that could tow an RV…

Speaking of the robot, Eleanor, here’s what the Rolls-Royce website says about her:

“It’s no secret that the future belongs to self-aware, autonomous vehicles. But for the first time, Rolls-Royce will give artificial intelligence a name, a soul and a purpose. Her name is Eleanor.

“For over a century, the Spirit of Ecstasy has silently graced every Rolls-Royce. Now, she has a voice. Her vital spark lives within the very fabric of your vehicle: driving you, guiding you, discovering the world with you. Eleanor intuitively complements your personality, becoming a true companion.”

We’re not sure if that’s terrifying, just a little creepy, or totally cool…

Click on the image to play the video then scroll down and take our poll.

Visit the official Rolls-Royce website to learn more. (The website itself is almost as beautiful as the car!)

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DW/ND
3 months ago

The RR dealers arn’t going to sell many, if any, of those in snow or gravel road country – like ND. Can you picture the family teenager trying it out on a muddy field road? (It would take a sky crane to get it out!). Fun to drive once tho……

robert
3 months ago

Already have a Smart car which appears to have as much room as the money bags.and makes a better toad

PaulFL
5 months ago

Todays cars all look the same. They’ve lost all their individually. As for the rolls… they can keep it.

Rory R
5 months ago

Rolls is not my kind of vehicle. If I could afford a Rolls, I can afford my dream MH. And for me the MH has priority.

Michael
5 months ago

Personally, I think RR lost their looks in the seventies. Mechanically, they were monsters. My dad was a collector and not only could you tell where they were parked, you could tell the direction they were facing based on the fluid stains on the ground.

Impavid
5 months ago

It would make an impressive toad.

Terry
5 months ago

Wouldn’t want one, but I would like to be able to afford one.

Wayne Caldwell
5 months ago

Rolls Royce Silver Cloud was, in my humble opinion, the stately Rolls Royce. Now, it seems, they are Rolls Royce in name (and insane price) only.

Ed K
5 months ago

Ugly!