Kids from around the world design cars of the future. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

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Pictured: Rolls-Royce Prosperity by Tim, aged 9, Germany. Highly Commended in the Rolls-Royce young designer competition.<br />
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Rolls Royce has unveiled what may be the future of motor transport - a car based on a bumblebee and powered by honey.  The prestigious British car manufacturer brought to life a series of the best futuristic concepts, including the outlandish bee car which features wings and was designed by an 11 year old schoolgirl.<br />
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More than 5,000 designs and blueprints were submitted by children across 80 countries as part of a competition during lockdown. The firm's design team at Goodwood, West Sussex, then used the same software they would for a real Rolls-Royce project to digitally enhance the drawings. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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