When writing stuff like this you try to come up with sexy headlines. Then you butcher them up a bit for SEO and all that stuff.
Having the name of a prestigious manufacturer helps and so does “concept”. The rest of this title has gone wrong, badly, badly wrong.
That’s all because of Ugur Sahin’s Design ideas. The Turkish designer really punched me down when it came to naming his creation.
He did base it on something that is coming from the pages of Rolls Royce history but come on, do you have to be accurate with such a name to this degree?
Reviving what used to be a 1935 design by Jonckheere Works in Belgium, Rolls Royce themselves approve of the Turkish designer for this project.
Could this mean that the British brand is really interested in getting even further to its roots than we’d imagine?
Well, not really. Those who really are interested in the way an interwar Rolls Royce coupe could improve their life might have a chance at one.
Uhur Sahin claims that a one-off vehicle could be built and that he intents to sell such a machine. Obviously, the desirability and rarity factor would have an effect on the way the car is priced.
The creator of this modern Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe reckons the Rolls Royce one-off could become a vehicle worthy of anywhere between 6.5 and 8 million dollars.
I know it’s a one off but this is enough to get you a fleet of Rolls Royce limos, coupes and convertibles, complete with drivers and personal mechanics.