Super-luxury brand Rolls-Royce has professionally rendered the dream cars of kids, as part of an international design competition.
From 5000 submissions four winners were eventually selected, each in one of the following categories; technology, environment, fantasy and fun.
Chenyang from China, aged 13, took the top prize in the technology category, with the Rolls-Royce Bluebird II.
His streamlined design is powered by jet turbines, and is supposed to work on "land, water, and snow."
Saya from Japan, aged 6, had the most environmentally significant design with the Rolls-Royce Capsule.
Her vehicle drives around “sucking up the COVID-19 virus and pollution”, while filtering and treating the air.
Florian from France, aged 16, designed the most fantastical vehicle with the Rolls-Royce Turtle.
His turtle-shaped concept car drive on land, fly, or travel under water.
Meanwhile, Léna from Hungary, aged 11, has the most fun car, with the Rolls-Royce Glow.
Her idea is for a colourful car that shines a “rainbow curtain of light” on each side.
Honourable mentions included Declan, from the United Kingdom, with the Rolls-Royce Bolt, Tim, from Germany, with the Rolls-Royce Prosperity, and Alisa, from Russia, with the Rolls-Royce House of Esperanto.
"The entries that stood out for us were those that showed a real depth of thought, effort, and expression, and incorporated lots of different details,” said Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Torsten Müller-Ötvös.
“The winning entrants didn’t just draw ‘the nicest car’: they created amazing experiences that showed the freedom of their imagination, not hindered by physical, real-world constraints.”
As a prize, the winning kids were chauffeured to school with a friend in a “real” Rolls-Royce limousine.