Although the arthrography here is about electric vehicles and their technology in general, we cannot not mention major implementations by manufacturers and not only! One of Rolls Royce’s most offensive designs, the Phantom I Aerodynamic Coupe was indeed a revolution for its time. Designed by Jonckheere Works in Belgium in 1935, this black beauty was sadly destroyed during World War II.

Now the designer Ugur Sahin of a bus company, has undertaken to  “reintroduce ” to the life of this amazing car. For some it is also known as  “Rolls-Royce Round Door “. His proposal follows with absolute respect the original design, but his personal interventions concern the front fender and the rear part.

The main aim of this project was to interpret with absolute respect the original Rolls Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe I, which was developed in Belgium by Henri Jonckheere and his son Joseph Jonckheere in 1935. Unfortunately, “Jonckheere Works ” was destroyed during the Second World War and the records were not saved.

The prototype car represents the timeless aspects of the automobile industry and the effects it can have on one person even after 77 years. The new design was created very carefully along with a very important element in mind.  “Respect “. Experts emphasize that it is very difficult to re-interpret something from the past, something that has a very imposing and impressive character, such as the original car, in a modern shape without losing its essence.

With these features, young designers have thought about creating a car that will reflect its extremely complex character, which will impress, but without having to add overly complicated Items and unnecessary additions. Extremely daring, this unique car follows the lines of 1935, the Rolls-Royce Round Door. It still remains unknown if and when it will be passed on to production.


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