• Oct 15, 2006

Ever wonder what would happen if you crossed a Nissan 350Z with a Rolls-Royce? Yeah, us neither. But Indian styling house DC Design, the same people who brought us the Cayenne coupe, seem to have a knack for crafting the answers to questions no one was asking – with considerable skill, mind you.

DC Comics gave us Batman and Bruce Wayne, but DC Design gives us the wheels that would satisfy both: a one-off custom coach-built Rolls-Royce coupe, complete with gargantuan wheels and trick Enzo-style doors that are sure to turn heads. Details aren't available, though it's rumored to be based on a Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit platform. The styling reminds us of such concept cars as the Maybach Exelero and the Peugeot 907 and 908 RC.

Rolls-Royce's own two-door may be on its way, but this one's sure to remain one of a kind – for better or for worse.

More images after the jump. (AutoExpress has a couple of shots of the car caught in the wild.)

[Source: Motor Authority]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      And you have one fracking stupid website. Quit spamming it here you tool.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Proof that the future of auto design is not with the manufacturers, but in the hands of crazy individualists...

      Then again, thats where alot of the best design has always been. Vive la difference!

      • 8 Years Ago
      looks like a kit car, and the design does not flow. it looks forced.
      • 8 Years Ago
      isn't funny how "The Batmobile" is an attractive theme in car design?I wonder sometimes what people are reaching for.sometimes I think it's because cars all seem to look alike.Gender neutral generic styling.You know...Camrys,accords ,even Mercedes are starting to look alike.When Chrysler showed up with the 300c they sold well because that car had a sophisticated masculine attitude.I think most cars are designed to appeal to as many tastes as possible that's why they re so vanilla.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I knew I'd seen that profile shot somewhere before.

      http://www.vflintham.demon.co.uk/aircraft/ustypes/corsair.jpg
      • 8 Years Ago
      You wont see it in the Ghetto -- no room in da back fo' da hoes.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Pimp my 350Z! No thanks. I can usually find something to like about most projects (excluding Corvettes & Harleys) but I just can't dig this thing. Maybe if they had mated a Bentley GT with the Rolls Royce, but mixing a Rolls & Nissan Z car is just plain silly.
      • 8 Years Ago
      that is one fracking ugly car.

      www.mind-mart.com
      • 8 Years Ago
      Ugly ugly ugly!

      Look at the rims ! You can't put these rims on a "coupe" .

      http://www.cars-specifications.com/
      • 8 Years Ago
      PiCASSO, Audi Rosemeyer concept looks much better than this Rolls-Royce coupe.
      Is like you made a comparation between a top model and a women of 50-60 years


      Ned Jaylan
      • 2 Years Ago
      I know who, the only person have that gorgeous... it's is sultan Brunei or prince jefri of Brunei...
      • 8 Years Ago
      "I have a feeling we will see this in the Ghetto.
      DPC car videos"

      "You wont see it in the Ghetto -- no room in da back
      fo' da hoes.
      BOB"

      Yes, because people in the ghetto can afford a RR/Bentley/350Z hybrid!!!
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