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This Is The Future Of Autonomous Shipping According To Rolls-Royce

Welcome to the oX Bridge. This is what Rolls-Royce believes the future of shipping will look like, with autonomous ocean-going vessels becoming a reality by 2025.


Rolls Royce Is Considering An Electric Car

Briefly: It’s possible — remotely possible — that one day in the future, there might be an electric Rolls. The company has experimented with electric tech before, and one of its top executives is open to the idea.


Australia's Least-Seen Car: The Governor-General's Rolls-Royce

Australia’s newest Governor-General is General the Honourable Sir Peter John Cosgrove AK MC, sworn in a few minutes ago in a ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra. As part of his initiation, Cosgrove travelled from Parliament to the Governor-General’s residence in Yarralumla in an especially rare car.


Ten of the Coolest Cars to Come Out of the Geneva Motor Show

As much as I would love to play Richard Hammond for a living, I work at Gizmodo not Top Gear. This doesn’t necessarily mean that there can’t be a crossover, though. At this very moment, over in the land of triangle-shaped chocolate, supercolliders and neutrality, the Geneva Motor Show took place last week with some seriously nice cars on display that demand a lusting.


Monster Machines: This Rolls-Royce Tanker Is A School Bus For Salmon

Fish tends to spoil fast, even when kept on ice. So to ensure that farm-raised salmon remain at peak of their freshness (read: still swimming) for whole trip to back to shore for processing, Rolls-Royce is building the world’s largest mobile aquarium/meat wagon.


Rolls-Royce Is Going To 3D-Print Its Aeroplane Engine Parts

Everyone loves talking about 3D printing, but now it’s really hitting the big time: Rolls-Royce has decided that it’s going to use the technology to help make its aeroplane engines.


Monster Machines: The Biggest Marine Turbine Engine In History

The 109,000 HP Wärtsilä-Sulzer RTA96-C diesel engine is the largest and most powerful, but at 2000 tonnes, any warship it’s attached to is going to have trouble outmanoeuvring jellyfish, much less torpedoes.


Awesome Time-Lapse Shows How Rolls-Royce Builds Its Jet Engines

The 152,455-piece Lego Rolls-Royce Trent engine may be the most complex Lego machine ever built, but it’s nothing compared to the real thing. This awe-inspiring time-lapse video shows how they built the turbo-fan engine that powers some of the most popular airliners in the world, including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.


Watch The 152,455-Piece Lego Rolls-Royce Engine In Action

Holy bucket of bricks — that 152,455-piece, 307kg, 2m long Lego Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 jet engine doesn’t only look insane — it also moves! Watch the most complicated Lego machine in action.


152,455-Piece Rolls-Royce Engine Is The Most Complex Lego Machine Ever Built

This is insane: 152,455 Lego bricks, weighing 307kg and measuring 2m long. That’s how amazing this Lego cut-out of a Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engine is. It has over 160 separate engine components arranged just like the engine that powers the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.