Please observe the monstrous crossbreed between a spoiler and a diffuser
We all know sometimes Rolls-Royce’s concepts and cars – like John Lennon’s Phantom V here – come with a hefty spoon of audacity, but this one is winning by a landslide. Not to mention it makes the Sweptail look mundane.
Sure, it’s not a concept that came out of RR’s design quarters and we’re sure eyebrows will raise should they see Sergey Dvornytskyy’s Rolls-Royce Exterion.
However, it’s worth mentioning that look from the front, the RR Exterion doesn’t look half bad, especially if we compare it to the – this time official – Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100.
But again, should you ask for our two cents, the artist was overzealous when designing the front and rear bumpers and side skirts, which look like a late-in-the-game tuning kit you unlock in Need for Speed Underground 2.
At the same time, we’re not denying the fact that some of you might like it as it is, so in the name of taste diversity, we’ll leave you with the photo gallery while we disconnect from the internet for a couple of minutes.
In other related news, Rolls-Royce won't produce hybrids and instead jump straight to EVs.