Mysterious prototype Rolls-Royce station wagon spotted on testsAugust 24, 2020
An eyewitness managed to shoot a video showing a camouflaged Rolls-Royce car. At first glance, this may seem like a universal, but it is possible that the brand’s engineers used false panels to mask the body type of a mysterious novelty.
Rolls-Royce is finalizing work on an all-new Ghost due to be unveiled later this year. As representatives of the British luxury brand assure, the car will be designed from scratch and will have nothing in common with its predecessors, except for the signature “Spirit of Ecstasy” figurine and umbrellas that are in the doors of the car. Meanwhile, the company’s engineers are developing something very interesting right now, as evidenced by this “spy” video.
The video published on the page of one of the users of the social network Instagram is rather short and, moreover, not very high quality. Rolls-Royce is most likely testing a one-off model.
Apparently, on the body of this heavily disguised prototype, in addition to the abundance of camouflage film, there are also special false panels.
Most likely, this is not the final shape of the rear of this mysterious prototype. It does look like a station wagon, but we believe the production version of this novelty will have a different body shape at the rear.
Something tells us that this test car may be related to the vehicle depicted in the previously published patent images from Rolls-Royce. They showed a modified version of the Sweptail disposable vehicle. And while this prototype doesn’t seem to be very similar, it could very well be an early Sweptail prototype.
Of course, there is a chance that this is a completely different car – perhaps one of their versions of the brand new Ghost? We know Rolls-Royce has a track record of creating bespoke vehicles for special customers such as Sweptail and Hyperion. And we won’t be surprised if this piece turns out to be something that no one has ever seen from a British brand before.
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