2024 Rolls-Royce Spectre EV – interior and Exterior Design / Luxury Electric Car
– Rolls-Royce debuts Spectre, the marque’s first fully-electric motor car
– Spectre is a prophecy fulfilled, a promise kept and an undertaking completed
– Spectre “demonstrates how perfectly Rolls-Royce is suited to electrification”
– Spectre heralds the beginning of all-electric era for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
– Built on the Rolls-Royce all-aluminum Architecture of Luxury
– Spectre uses new SPIRIT software architecture with full Whispers integration
– World’s first Ultra-Luxury Electric Super Coupé is spiritual successor to Phantom Coupé
– First customer cars to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2023
In 1900, Rolls-Royce co-founder, Charles Rolls, prophesised an electric future for the motor car. Having acquired an electric vehicle named The Columbia Electric Carriage, he foresaw its suitability as a clean, noiseless alternative to the internal combustion engine – providing there was sufficient infrastructure to support it. Today, more than 120 years later, the time has come for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars to fulfil the prophecy of its founding father.
This prophecy could not have been fulfilled without a more recent promise, when Rolls-Royce CEO, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, made a public commitment to electrification by announcing that he would bring a fully-electric Rolls-Royce to market within the current decade. Charles Rolls’ prophecy and Torsten Müller-Ötvös’ promise led to an historic moment. In September 2021, the marque confirmed that it had commenced testing of Spectre, the first Rolls-Royce to be conceived and engineered from the very beginning as an electric car.
To ensure that this transformative motor car was sufficiently prepared for the most demanding consumer in the world – the Rolls-Royce client – the marque devised the most exhaustive testing programme it had ever conceived. Spectre is being subjected to a journey of more than 2.5 million kilometres, simulating more than 400 years of use for a Rolls-Royce. On its completion in 2023, Spectre will represent a prophecy fulfilled, a promise kept and an undertaking completed.
Spectre is not only an historic moment for Rolls-Royce, but also an historic moment for electrification – with Spectre, the marque confirms that the technology has reached a standard that can contain the Rolls-Royce experience. To that end, Rolls-Royce has confirmed that by the end of 2030 its entire product portfolio will be fully-electric.
The virtues of electric propulsion seem especially suited to those claimed by the concern since its inception, only never will these sterling attributes—instant torque and near silent operation—have been more fully realized than they will be here.
Almost 18 feet long and seven feet wide, the four-seat Spectre fastback is an unabashed rich person’s express that bows before no one. Riding on a 126-inch wheelbase, it tips the scales at 6559 pounds unladen, with a Brobdingnagian turning circle of almost 42 feet, even with standard four-wheel steering.
Twin motors’ combined 577 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque are expected to move the big coupe to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. A top speed of 155 miles is anticipated along with an all-electric estimated EPA range of 260 miles.
Goodwood plant in Sussex will allow bodies—pressed in Germany, then shipped to England—to be assembled and finished on the same line as the firm’s other models.
Newly available Starlight doors, with 4796 “stars” subtly lighting up the door and rear side panels.
Number of doors / seats: 2 doors / 4 seats
Vehicle length: 5453 mm / 214.685 in
Vehicle width: 2080 mm / 81.889 in
Vehicle height (unladen): 1559 mm / 61.377 in
Wheelbase: 3210 mm / 126.378 in
Turning circle: 12.7 m
Kerb weight: 2975 kg
Spectre is available for commission immediately, with first client deliveries commencing in Q4 2023. Spectre pricing will be positioned between Cullinan and Phantom.
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