Thought the Rolls-Royce Sweptail was eye-catching? It’s got absolutely nothing on the Exterion Concept, designed by Behance artist Sergey Dvornytskyy.
Created as the ultimate one-off from Rolls-Royce, the Exterion Concept pushes the brand’s design language to explored heights and looks like something more fitting of the year 2035 than the present day.
The shape of the front fascia is familiar for a Rolls-Royce but instead of an expansive chrome grille with vertical slats, the Exterion Concept has a grille which serves no cooling function and is simply a stunning canvas with silver diamond accents.
Moving to the sides, the concept features aerodynamic wheel covers and black front and rear wheel arches to make the design stand out. Like the front, the rear end is especially wild.
The design elements start with radical LED taillights and an elongated rear window that stretches right to the rear of the car. Found directly below the rear window is an ‘Exterion’ logo while the rear ditches a traditional bumper in favor of a piece of bodywork that stretches off the wheel arches and protrudes outwards.