this will be the first electric Rolls-Royce

this will be the first electric Rolls-Royce


Special announcement from Rolls-Royce today: the brand provides complete information about its first electronic design. It is coming sooner than expected.

Full power operation in the Rolls-Royce, according to director Torsten Müller-Otvös, would be a reality only when the technology was fully developed. “Our customers want absolute luxury. Rolls-Royce buyers do not want to be guinea pigs with new technology,” he said a few years ago.

Smooth and strong

That’s why it seemed that the Rolls-Royce would wait for a while with a perfect electric model. That it would come has been quite obvious for a while, as is the case with the fact that the electric train fits well with the behavior of cars. The electric train makes the car calmer, smoother and more powerful. But according to the brand, there are also many disadvantages in the world of electronic driving, which the customer does not want to deal with.

So far, because today the manufacturer makes an important announcement. Historically, it writes itself, because it provides information about the very first electric Rolls-Royce. “Today I am proud to announce that Rolls-Royce has begun testing a new, unique product that will take the global electric car revolution to the next level with the first and most refined luxury product in its class,” said Müller. -Otvös.

Rolls Royce Specter

Strictly speaking, it means that Rolls-Royce has started testing the Specter. That is the name given to the model. “That is the name given to things that resemble great power and appearance, the creativity of another arrangement that makes their presence known only by temporary appearance.” The ghost ‘forces the world to stand still’, according to the car manufacturer. And so it fits perfectly with a unique design like the electric Rolls-Royce.

Just like that current cars from Rolls-Royce, the manufacturer’s aluminum space space structure serves as the basis for the electric model. This is possible, because a completely different power train had already been considered during the development of the same module base, says Rolls-Royce today. “Regardless of any type of platform involvement between automotive brands, we were able to integrate our electric train plans into the platform structure in advance to ensure that this new vehicle lives up to our customers’ high expectations,” says Müller-Otvös. For now, Specter seems to be already a coupe in Wraith’s spirit.

End of V12 engine

Rolls-Royce offers nothing at this stage regarding subcutaneous technology. It announces that the Specter will be delivered to the customer in the fourth quarter of 2023. From then on it will also say goodbye slowly to the impressive V12 engines. The car manufacturer also announced today that it will only create full electric cars from 2030.

Rolls-Royce in any case will start with a great Specter test program. It says it will run more than 2.5 million kilometers with the models, saying it is a story of approximately 400 years of Rolls-Royce use. The manufacturer says that we will see test cars ‘on the road all over the world’. “Take a closer look, because they will look quite different. This is how we drive the Rolls-Royce in the future.

Not the first

Unfortunately, this Specter is not the first electric Rolls-Royce in history. Ten years ago, it launched the 102EX, a fully functional Phantom Phantom. At the time, the model had a capacity of 290 kW, while the 71 kWh battery was good for – yes – a range of 200 kilometers. In 2016, the British showed the very latest 103EX.

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