Unlike what happens with an adult, whose mind is usually more conditioned by pragmatic factors linked to daily reality, a child’s mind is much more imaginative. In addition to having much less corseted ideas, these tend to be more creative and surprising.
To prove it, the Rolls-Royce car brand He asked children from all over the world last April that they will design the car of their dreamss without any limitation. The results were really curious. After choosing the most ingenious, the British manufacturer has turned those drawings into rendered illustrations for whose development the same processes used to give birth to a real prototype.
In the initiative they have participated more than 5,000 children from more than 80 countries, who captured their ideas at the peak of the pandemic and, in many cases, while they were confined to their homes. From designs of cars based on unicorns to others inspired by the pyramids of Egypt, the imagination of the little ones has been overflowing.
Rolls-Royce has selected four winners for the categories of Environment, Technology, Fantasy and Fun. All of them are just as amazing.
Rolls-Royce has turned children’s ideas into illustrations rendered with software used to create prototypes
The winner in the field of Technology has been the futuristic vehicle Bluebird II, designed by Chjenyang, a 13-year-old Chinese boy. The Bluebird II has a supersonic appearance, performs perfectly on land, water or snow and is capable of beat all world speed records.
The car awarded in the Fantasy category is the Turtle, designed by Florian, aged 16 and of French origin. This alternative is totally electric and is Inspired by land and sea turtles. In addition to being able to fly, the vehicle is also trained to navigate the oceans and to move on firm ground.
In the Environment category, the winner was the little Japanese Saya, only 6 years old, with her The Capsule. This vehicle is designed for take care of the planet and people’s health at the same time, since it has a system that suck in viruses and pollution wherever it passes and makes them disappear.
The fourth winner was Léna, 11-year-old Hungarian and creator of the Glow design with which it has been imposed in the category Fun. It is an elongated car of futuristic style with rainbow colors as protagonists and with a fully glazed roof to be able to see the stars during night trips.
Despite not being winners of the main categories, a multitude of vehicles have been presented as interesting as those mentioned above, such as the House of Esperanto, conceived by Alisa, a 6-year-old Russian girl.
It is a kind of Flying motorhome capable of communicating with all creatures on Earth. Also noteworthy is the Bumblebee 5000, as imagined by 11-year-old Sofia and originally from Great Britain. Honey is the fuel of this original vehicle.
He prize for the winners it is a commute from home to school accompanied by your best friend aboard a Rolls-Royce with a private chauffeur.