Rolls-Royce has revealed details of its first Specter EV for 2024. It’s an ultra-luxury coupe with a range of about 260 miles (about 418 km) and a price that can surprise even wealthy car owners.
In terms of design, the Specter is not unlike other luxury coupes from Rolls-Royce. The car has a long hood, a sloping roof line, doors without pillars. However, many unique solutions are hidden inside, given the power plant from the battery.
So far, the automaker is in no hurry to share the detailed characteristics of the Rolls-Royce Specter (they are still being “refined”), but more focused on demonstrating the design. It is only known that the electric car will receive a power plant with a capacity of 577 horsepower and will be able to accelerate to 60 miles per hour (about 95.6 km / h) in 4.4 seconds. The power reserve will be “up to” 260 miles (about 418 km). The two-door four-seat coupe will be 214.6 inches (545.1 cm) long, 81.8 inches (207.8 cm) wide and have a 126.4-inch (321.1 cm) wheelbase. The car will receive a Planar Suspension suspension that combines hardware and software solutions for precise and smooth control.
The Specter will be the first two-door Rolls-Royce coupe with 23-inch wheels in over 100 years. The front of the car is crowned with “the widest grille ever bestowed by Rolls-Royce”. The company’s first EV features many exciting lighting features, including 22 LEDs in the grille and a range of lights integrated into the car’s door and headlining.
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The price of the Rolls-Royce Specter has also not been disclosed, although it is known that it will be in the range between the Cullinan (the cost starts at $327.75 thousand) and the Phantom ($458 thousand). The electric car will begin to be delivered to customers at the end of 2023.
Source: The Verge