In today’s world, clean air is becoming more of a luxury. And when luxury is mentioned, Rolls-Royce comes to mind. The engineers at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars have developed a Micro Environment Purification System (MEPS) to elevate the air quality within its existing motor cars to unprecedented levels of purity.
The full suite of MEPS hardware and software improvements will debut in the new Rolls-Royce Ghost, which slated for an autumn 2020 reveal. MEPS uses the latest sensor and Nanofleece filtration technology to create the cleanest micro environment possible in any motor car. The Nanofleece filter is an ultra-fine mesh filter with gaps measuring not more than 150 nanometers. This system further complements the sense of oasis created by the design and material substance afforded by Rolls-Royce interior environments.
Since 2015, all Rolls-Royce motor cars have benefited from state-of-the-art air filtration equipment to protect its clients from harmful microscopic particles such as carbon, pollen, as well as pathogens, viruses and bacteria.
Highly sensitive Impurity Detection Sensors have been introduced to detect ambient air quality, automatically switching fresh air intakes to Recirculation Mode if unacceptable levels of airborne contaminants are present. This channels all cabin air through a Nanofleece filter, which is capable of removing nearly all ultra-fine particles, viruses and bacteria from the Rolls-Royce’s micro environment in less than two minutes.
Following the initial implementation of this technology, clients in future will be able to remotely pre-condition the micro environment within their Rolls-Royce via the vehicle’s app in preparation for their arrival.