Ugur Sahin has recently presented his own version of the Rolls Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe.
Turkish automotive designer Ugur Sahin has recently presented his own version of the Rolls Royce Jonckheere Aerodynamic Coupe.
The original car was designed in 1935 by Jonckheere Works in Belgium, and what has remained from that company is currently manufacturing bodies for cars and buses. They've asked Ugur Sahin to give a new appearance to their most appreciated project.
Infusing a new look to a 77-year-old car is not an easy thing to do but Ugur Sahin pulled it off with a redesigned massive front grille and revised round doors that pay tribute to the original model. At the back it adopts similar bold styling with just a few subtle changes that don't change the car's stance and main proportions.
Ugur Sahin is currently negotiating with various potential investors to build a one-off car.
Additional details are available in the following press release.