Rolls-Royce Supercar render gives a glimpse of the company’s future in the hypercar segment. During WWI, RR supplied various airplane makers with engines, which is something they still do to this date, and also includes marine applications. Today’s Rolls-Royce isn’t related to the original company, but the tenor and the goals remain the same. Also, there are a ton of weird facts about RR.
Rolls-Royce is the first name in automotive luxury. If you’re ready to spend millions on coach building, or you are the Sultan of Brunei, there is nothing more extravagant, luxurious, and opulent than a Rolls-Royce. RRs are not about handling, sportiness, or driving experience; they’re all about sheer luxury and comfort. The best experience is felt when someone is chauffeuring you, and you’re not actually driving them. Digital artist Rostislav Prokop, gave an idea of what RR Supercar might look like.
The motto of Royce has always been luxury, and only luxury. The closest thing to a sports car they sell is the Wraith, a two-door coupe, and is the most powerful car in the lineup. But, if RR went all-out and made a proper supercar, this is what it could look like. Prokop renders the RR Supersport as an angular, aggressive supercar. The angular body is a contributing factor to the car’s overall look. The front end of the Supersport is typical Rolls-Royce, with the same grille, the Spirit of Ecstasy, and the traditional headlight shape. The wheels share the same shade of dark blue as the exterior.
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Engine & Performance
There are a few possibilities that the Rolls could go for a supercar powertrain. If pure internal combustion is needed, it would probably be an updated version of the 6.7L twin-turbo V12 used across their whole lineup. This is used in their Wraith, which offers 624 hp. Assuming that the RR supercar would use an even more powerful version of this engine. Then, with the rise of plug-in hybrid supercars, this is highly unlikely. The next possibility would be mating the V12 or even a BMW V8 with plug-in hybrid tech, combining all to make around 800 hp or more.
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A proper Rolls-Royce supercar will never happen. It’s not suitable for a company that has been building its reputation for the best luxury cars in the world.
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