Automotive designer Ugur Sahin recently created an updated and futuristic version of the Rolls-Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe originally created back in 1935.

Jonckheere Works in Belgium were the geniuses behind the original car and although Jonckheere is only just surviving, Ugur Sahin was given the call to reinvigorate the car and help bring it into the 21st century.

The overall shape of the Rolls Royce Jonckheere has been maintained into Sahin’s latest creation, but some modern elements have also been implemented including the larger front grille and LED daytime-running lights up front.

Similarly, new taillights have been implemented in this styling exercise, and despite these relatively small changes and the slight modifications to the stance and shape of the car, the car is relatively unchanged yet still manages to look futuristic in 2012.

Ugur Sahin is currently looking for investors to help him create an one-off concept, so if you’re interested be sure to get in contact with him!

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