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USD Rolls-Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe II-2 by ugursahin1234 USD Rolls-Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe II-2 by ugursahin1234
After the USD Z03 design concept has made its way to production as “Anadi”, UgurSahinDesign is
proud to introduce Rolls Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe II.

“The main goal of this design was to respectfully reinterpret the original Rolls Royce Jonckheere
Aerodynamic Coupe I, which was built in Belgium by Henri Jonckheere and his son Joseph Jonckheere in 1935. Unfortunately the “Jonckheere Works” was destroyed during WW2 and no records survived, so who commissioned or designed the original car remains a mystery. They were well known throughout Europe for making bodies on both cars and busses. The later of which is still in production today as VDL Jonckheere.

UgurSahinDesign was assigned by VDL Jonckheere to honor its coachbuilding history through a reinterpretationof the original car which currently is in the possession of the California-based Peterson Museum.

For us, the original car represents the timeless aspects of automotive art and its impact it can have
on a person even after 77 years. The new design was carefully put together with a very crucial thing in mind; “Respect”. It is challenging to re-interpret something from that past which has a very imposing and impressive character like the original car, into a modern shape without losing its core essence. Many things like the proportions and lines, the impression some shapes give, are very essential to re-capture in the new design. While keeping the past DNA, injecting modern design elements which are in coherence with the past, is always a challenging task for every designer.

It was important to avoid creating a design which is too modern by changing the original proportions
too much, while still adding and changing elements in a certain way to avoid creating an outdated impression.

With these things in mind, we set out to design a car that reflects a complex character which impresses its surroundings without having to depend on too complicated elements and unnecessary additions. In some way this certain quality might reflect its owner as well.

The front of the car is one of the most impressive parts with a colossal grill that pays its respect to
Rolls Royce history and the original car while the round doors are a tribute to the original design which has made the car unique since its build in 1935, for some it is known as “The Round Door Rolls-Royce”

The rear of the car has the same bold styling with subtle details which do not disrupt the main proportions and the stance of the car.

Currently we are negotiating with potential investors and parties who are interested to become involved in the project in order to build an exclusive “One-Off” car which is destined to give its owner the ultimate feeling of luxury.

For more information, contact us through info@ugursahindesign.com
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bacarlitos Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The design of this car is completly awesome!! you did an excellent work!!!
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ugursahin1234 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2013
Thank you ;)
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darquewanderer Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
I agree with ales-kotnik that the LED headlights seem a bit small and out-of-place here, but I don't agree on the doors.
The car is a faithful updating of the original 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Aerodynamic Coupe.
It would be interesting to see RR or a licensed contractor build this car.
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PeterRama Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
Wow dude, you did it again! Fabulous job!
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ales-kotnik Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I don't like those led lights in front and shape of doors, but i love everything else
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