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Rolls-Royce challenge for young minds during lockdown

COVENTRY, England – Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is a brand that encourages the pursuit of dreams so a new generation of aspiring designers is being encouraged to bring their #automotive dreams to life through a special ‘Young Designer Competition’.

The move is intended to provide parents their children with a distraction during the worldwide coronavirus problem by calling for aspiring designers up to age 16 to design their dream Rolls-Royce of the future.

”Let your imaginations run free!” is the rallying call from the world’s most favour builder of luxury automobiles. Anything is possible; aspiring designers who take the challenge can apply their creativity to imagine the design of their own super-luxury car.

‘ONCE-IN-LIFETIME’ OPPORTUNITY

”The competition,”  R-R says, ”is an extension of that which is run each year at the Rolls-Royce employees’ Family Day celebration at the home of Rolls-Royce in England. This activity delights creative young minds, parents and even grandparents to a worldwide audience to stimulate design talent; inspire greatness, and provide a welcome distraction from the self-isolation and social-distancing being adopted by many countries.”

JUST SOME ENCOURAGEMENT: A Rolls-Royce ‘Crabmobile’. Image: Supplied

The R-R design team will judge each entry and select an overall winner for whom the prize will be a rendered illustration of their design – a once-in-a-lifetime, money-can’t-buy, prize – as well as a chauffeured journey in a Rolls-Royce Phantom for their first day back at school – with a best friend.

WINNER’S SCHOOL WILL ALSO WIN

Runners-up will be given a hand-signed certificate from Torsten Müller-Ötvös, the chief executive officer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

A new Greenpower electric-car kit will be donated to the recipients’ school to enable participation in the Greenpower Challenge – the UK’s No.1 motorsport competition for schools across Britain.

Young designers can share their innovative designs for a future Roll-Royce.

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