Sunday, October 2, 2022


Video: The Rolls-Royce of the future is INSANE

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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11 months ago

I got stuck in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. After that – ??????

Jeff Craig
11 months ago

Looks like an Ode to 1928 meets the cars from the film ‘Demolition Man’. Rolls or no, it’s not my cup of tea. I’d take that Olds Cutlass 442 over this any day (and if you could make it electric with a Tesla-type charging system, that’d be even better!).

Last edited 11 months ago by Jeff Craig
11 months ago

It would have to come with its own mechanic/ e!ectrician as I see many systems that could fail at various unexpected times.

11 months ago

If you’re come over to visit with it please park it down the street. Looks like some hot wheel concept car my grandson has. Where has style and class gone even caddy, jag, Lincoln have gone stupid. Give me the 60s and 70s with chrome.

11 months ago

I said yes, but only if it can be flat towed!

Richard Hughes
11 months ago

Can you imagine how much the license plate and insurance would be? I have a Rolls Royce wallet, given to me by a friend in Bristol who worked at Rolls Royce. It does get some stares, when I pull it out.

11 months ago

That’s one UGLY SOB!

I’m not talkin about the young lady either!

Seann Fox
11 months ago

Nope I already have a Rolls Kanardly.
Rolls down one hill and can hardly make it up the next.

RV Staff(@rvstaff)
11 months ago
Reply to  Seann Fox

😆 Thanks, Seann. Have a great day! 🙂 –Diane

2 years 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……

2 years ago

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

2 years ago

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

Rory R
2 years 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.

2 years 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.

2 years ago

It would make an impressive toad.

2 years ago

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

Wayne Caldwell
2 years 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
2 years ago


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