Rolls-Royce unveils first electric car
The first fully-electric Rolls-Royce car has been unveiled. The luxury car-maker will commence client deliveries in the fourth quarter of 2023
The Rolls-Royce Spectre will be priced between its Cullinan (Approx Rs 7 crore onwards) and Phantom (Approx Rs 9 crore onwards) models
Spectre is built on the Rolls-Royce all-aluminium Architecture of Luxury and uses new SPIRIT software architecture with full Whispers integration
Spectre’s cabin boasts of an ethereal night-time theme with starlight doors, which comprises 4,796 softly illuminated stars
The electric car gets a split headlight treatment with the widest grille ever, the Pantheon grille, in a Rolls-Royce car. The grille has 22 LEDs
Spectre is the first production two-door coupe to be equipped with 23-inch wheels in almost 100 years!
Spectre’s testing process was conducted in extreme driving conditions. From the arctic circle in Arjeplog, Sweden, at temperatures as low as -40° Celsius…
… the Rolls-Royce Spectre is set to continue across Southern Africa, in temperatures of up to 55° Celsius! It's expected to run over 500 km on a single charge
Rolls-Royce co-founder Charles Rolls prophesied an electric future for the car back in 1900. And now almost 120 years later, Spectre is fulfilling the prophecy of its founding father
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