Rolls-Royce Young Designer Competition – The Results

Posted on 25/10/2020 By

The Results

Rolls-Royce Young Designer Competition - The Results

Back in April, Andrew announced this very special competition.

The response was overwhelming. In all, over 5,000 entries from 80 countries. All online, by children using their imagination to dream up fantastical cars of the future. The winners in each category had their designs transformed by the Rolls-Royce design studio into dream-like creations. Some winners will get Rolls-Royce journeys to school with a friend. Here is the UK Winner.

UK Winner: Rolls-Royce is also delighted to announce the UK winner which is the Rolls-Royce Bumblebee 5000, designed by 11-year-old Sofia. Sofia's design has been transformed into a beautiful digitally-rendered illustration by the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Design Team. She will also enjoy a chauffeaur-driven journey with her best friend in a Rolls-Royce to school. In addition Rolls-Royce is donating a complete Greenpower electric car kit to Sofia's school, enabling its participation in future Greenpower motorsport events.

The Rolls-Royce Bumblebee 5000.

Oh for a child’s imagination. But the RR design studio has got plenty of its own.

Global Winners

The Rolls-Royce "Bolt" by Declan, age 10, united Kingdom.

Rolls-Royce "Prosperity" by Tim, age 9, Germany.

Rolls-Royce "House of Esperanto" by Alisa, age 6, Russia.

Rolls-Royce "Bluebird II" by Chenyang, age 13, China.

Highly Commended

Rolls-Royce "Turtle Car" by Florian, aged 16, France.

Rolls-Royce "Capsule" by Saya, age 6, Japan.

Rolls-Royce "Glow" by Léna, age 11, Hungary.

Shortlisted Entries.

There are dozens of entries filling this category. We have chosen a few, but suggest you go to the competition website to view all the others, where you can click on each picture to get the story behind it.

"Spike Bomb"

Six-wheeler

"Hot Island"

"Old Boot"

"Crocomobile"

"SuperSportsCar"

Rolls-Royce Fun Edition: "The Motobrick"

Yellow Bird.

And then there were thousands who did not make the final selection, but are still in the competition archives. Representing the thrill of sending an entry to a competition that must be the first of its kind ever run by the makers of “The Best Car in the World”.

Lighting a Candle for Diddley

Bertie sat at a table facing a candle lit for Diddley, with a model of a Rolls-Royce in front.

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  1. Avatar Fliss Drewett says:

    Wow!! Reminds me why I loved being a teacher!! These ideas are just so good!!! I love them!!! The prizes have captured imaginations and look at the results!! Well done Rolls Royce!

    • Avatar Bertie says:

      It reminds me of the Boy Scouts. East Preston Football Club. If adults give their time the children will come. Over 5000 in this case. They really are the future and why teachers like you are so important

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