Here's one of the craziest concepts I've ever seen designed by Jeremy Westerlund while he was studying Art. His aim was to design something vintage, where the drivers are at the front exposed outside, and the passengers are inside the cabin, just like a carriage with horses.
It's the Rolls-Rolls Apparition Concept which takes the style of the most expensive car in the world - the Rolls-Royce Sweptail, especially around the rear/tail lights.
Just as shown in the picture, the driver sits outside, while the passengers stay in the enclosed cabin at the back. It's a concept, and would ever remain one.
Like an auto enthusiast noted, it has assumed the shape of a whale, which is apparently true. It has no windscreen and the rear windshield is almost non-existent. The hood extends further with a seemingly merged roof all the way from the back.
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