Plus, a chauffeur-driven back to school ride for the winning kid.

Have you ever heard of the Rolls-Royce Crabmobile? Of course not, and we don't think the British marque will ever come close to making a crustacean-looking yet opulent vehicle that drives on water.

However, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars understand that kids have their unique interpretation of what future automobiles would look like – just like when we were asked to draw a car as kids. Because of that, Rolls-Royce launched the Young Designer Competition in an effort to nurture the imagination of kids and to curb the boredom brought about by the current coronavirus pandemic.

Rolls-Royce Crabmobile

Kids ages 16 and below may join the contest and encouraged to design their dream Rolls-Royce of the future. The company wants these kids' imaginations to run free – basically, be as creative as possible, just like the Rolls-Royce Crabmobile submitted above.

And just like the one above, the winning entry will be given a rendered illustration of the design, plus – get this – a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce ride for the winner's first day back to school. Even better, the kid's best friend will also be offered with this once-in-a-lifetime ride. Runners-up, on the other hand, receive a hand-signed certificate from Torsten Müller-Ötvös, the Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

Moreover, one lucky entry from the UK will also be selected and will be given a special prize. Apart from the chauffeur-driven ride to the school, the school itself will be given a new Greenpower electric car kit. This enables the school to participate in the Greenpower Challenge – a motorsport competition for schools across Britain.

Interested kids may submit their entries at the Rolls-Royce Young Designer Competition microsite, which will then be judged by the Rolls-Royce Design Team themselves.