Rolls-Royce will begin the production of its first electric car in the final quarter of 2023. The Rolls-Royce Spectre has already begun development, and the electric car will be built on the brand's spaceframe design. Rolls-Royce has also announced that by 2030, the company's complete lineup would go electric.
The name spells Spectre in the British way. "Spectre is a term for otherworld creatures associated with tremendous strength and apparition; creatures from another world that make their presence known via brief looks," Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-tvös stated. When a spectre enters the world, everything stops.
Today we announce our first fully electric motor car and with it, our CEO, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, keeps his promise that “#RollsRoyce will go #electric, starting this decade”.https://t.co/dYkX0X0rX7#RollsRoyceSpectre #RRSpectre #SpiritElectrified pic.twitter.com/XP7zVS1b7F— Rolls-Royce Motor Cars (@rollsroycecars) September 29, 2021
It has a dominant presence in the space it occupies. Then, as swiftly as it appeared, it vanishes, leaving trails of excitement, energy, and intrigue in its wake.
The Spectre seems to based on the Rolls-Royce Wraith's silhouette, with generous proportions and a coupé body style. Additionally, it has low-profile, energy-efficient aerodynamic wheels. The two-door car will undoubtedly include the best materials and custom details seen on all Rolls-Royce models.
However, it will consist of the latest and most advanced battery management and electric vehicle technologies from its parent company, the BMW Group. And will almost certainly have an extensive driving range. According to Müller-tvös.
"This is not a design phase. It's the real thing; it'll put to the test in plain view, and buyers may expect to get their cars in the final quarter of 2023."
Meanwhile, test cars will be wrapped in a distinctive camouflage pattern that features two strong statements. The first advantage is that the vehicle will be totally quiet and clean. And the second, maybe more emotional, relates to the Rolls-Royce brand's founders – 'When It Does Not Exist, Design It.
' Müller-tvös adds, "We enter this brave new future with a significant edge." More than any other car brand, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is uniquely and ideally adapted to electric driving. It is quiet, refined, and rapidly generates torque before generating enormous power. It is what Rolls-Royce calls 'waftability.' As a result, Spectre expects to establish new standards in the electric luxury car segment.