The 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Jonckheere Coupe is a true beauty of a car to behold. If Batman had a car in the 1930s, this would have been it, as it looks as if the late 80s Batmobile was modeled after it. The extended front hood and the curve roof that has no actual rump, but instead reach the bottom of the vehicle along with the wheel well, is a remarkable design that has simply not been done again. Now, for fans of the 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Jonckheere Coupe, there have been recent renditions and concept designs put out by the company to potential tease a redesign of the look, but nothing yet as come out of it.
The 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Jonckheere Coupe came with a 6-cylinder 7.66L OHV engine at the time. This was a rather large and powerful engine for the time, which is why the front of the vehicle protruded so far from the cabin. It could also reach speeds of over 100 miles an hour without a problem, which very few cars in the early 1930s could do. It also showcased twin sunroofs and a stabilizing fin in the rear to help maintain control of the vehicle.