While many concept cars exist only in computers, Rolls-Royce actually built the VISION NEXT.
Aerodynamic research and understanding will improve with time, and Rolls-Royce put some of that predictive tech to use in the VISION NEXT's frame.
The VISION NEXT would not be a compact vehicle, with room for suitcases and a couch.
The passengers in a VISION NEXT would ride far back in the car's cabin. So, the trunk moves in front of the door frame.
The VISION NEXT remains every bit Rolls-Royce, down to the traditional umbrella in the door.
The VISION NEXT's futuristic head lamps would use the era's improved LED or similar lights, making greater size unnecessary.
In-car luxury features will be fully automated in the VISION NEXT and color matched to the decadent silk couch.
Passengers in a VISION NEXT lounge on a silk couch nestled into the car's rear reaches.
The VISION NEXT's silk couch slides up to reveal additional storage.
Rolls-Royce designers did their best to predict the sorts of futuristic materials a VISION NEXT would include in its construction.