Rolls-Royce Specter electric model by Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chairman of the Board, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, “a symbol of our bright, bold electric future and it stands for a vibrational change in our propagation technology.” He never thought that E-Rolls-Royce would be well received by the market. Rolls-Royce will need to ramp up production of its first electric car if orders remain the same, the company’s CEO told Automotive News Europe.
“Incoming orders for Spectre it’s better than we expected so far”Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös said in a call to reporters earlier this month. “We still have a few months left [bis zum Produktionsstart]but if this trend continues I’m sure we’ll have to adjust our plans.” In the fourth quarter of 2023 it is planned that the Specter will be on the road and released.
of The luxury manufacturer Rolls-Royce it has previously confirmed that it works on its electric car. The BMW brand had the name “Silent Shadow” registered for example in the German patent office. But the brand’s first electric car does not have this name, instead it goes by the name Spectre. Along with his more than 100 kWh large battery pack the electric range should be 520 km and the typical consumption of more than 430 kW / 585 PS / 900 Nm The powerful Briton is 21.5 kWh per 100 km. From a standing start, it accelerates to 100 km/h in less than 4.5 seconds and has electronically limited to 250 km/h.
Since the car was delivered last October, Rolls-Royce has built up an order book that runs until 2023, according to Müller-Ötvös, without being more specific. According to Rolls-Royce, the Specter will cost around $400,000, placing it somewhere between the Cullinan and its flagship Phantom sedan. In an earlier interview, the CEO explained that the Specter uses the same elegant aluminum architecture that underpins the brand’s latest vehicles. The brand’s entire model range will go electric by the end of 2030, which means the end of the V-12 engine that currently powers the model lineup.
It is interesting to note that Specter will achieve the same level of profitability from the start as the portfolio of brands. And while BMW doesn’t disclose Rolls-Royce’s financial results, Müller-Ötvös said his bosses in Munich are happy with his company’s bottom line, according to Automotive News Europe.
Source: Automotive News Europe – Rolls-Royce is trying to increase the first EV output