Prestigious car brand Rolls Royce have this week confirmed that they will be working with new lightweight aluminium spaceframe architecture as of 2018, coinciding with their plans to modernise what has been traditionally thought of as a classic fleet.
What the future holds for Rolls Royce
These plans are said to underpin their latest project, the ‘Cullinan’ SUV; a vehicle that is scheduled to launch later this decade. Going head-to head with the likes of the Bentley Bentayga is appears that Rolls Royce are investing ehvaiy in new technology and building procedures, ensuring that the Rolls Royce name will forever reign supreme.
Straight from the horse’s mouth
Rolls says its two-year testing programme ‘aims to ensure that the new space-frame structure perfectly delivers Rolls-Royce’s trademark “magic-carpet ride” on a variety of surfaces and that it is resilient to extreme weather conditions.’
Torsten Müller-Ötvös, chief exec of Rolls-Royce, said: ‘It is time to take the next step in the luxury journey. This is why I am announcing today that on-road testing of our all-new proprietary architecture is beginning. This new architecture of pure luxury represents considerable investment in the future of our great brand.’
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