Rolls-Royce announced its global children’s drawing competition at the time of the first wave of the coronavirus, the introduction of global quarantine, in which the ideas and ideas of the smallest designers were awaited without restrictions.
More than five thousand entries were reviewed and winners were eventually announced in several categories. The reward for the four grand prize winners is that one fine day they can roll with them to school with Rolls-Royce, and their imagination (along with plans for three more drawers) was made by the car factory’s own designers with a professional fantasy drawing.
The winners of the different categories can be found below:
Technology Grand Prix
Rolls-Royce Bluebird II (Chenyang, 13 years old, China)
Grand Prize for the Environment
Rolls-Royce Capsule (Saya, 6 years old, Japan)
Fantasy grand prize
Rolls-Royce Turtle Car (Florian, 16 years old, France)
Experience grand prize
Rolls-Royce Glow (Léna, 11 years old, Hungary)
Rolls-Royce Bolt (Declan, 10 years old, United Kingdom)
Rolls-Royce Prosperity (Tim, 9 years old, Germany)
Rolls-Royce House of Esperanto (Alisa, 6 years old, Russia)
United Kingdom Special Prize
Bumblebee 5000 (Sofia, 11 years old, United Kingdom)
Applicants of Vezess.hu
We asked our readers to send their children’s work not only to Rolls-Royce but to us as well. Finally, we received an application from two of our young readers, one of whom also attached a detailed description to his car. Although they didn’t win this time, we’ll text them – and of course Lena too! – not to give up their dreams, draw, plan, create, and become what they want to become. And if this has to do with the car industry, we look forward to seeing you in a few years!
Jázon Efraim, 9 years old, Hungary
Ádám, 12 years old, Hungary