Rolls Royce Spectre makes global debut as the brands first fully-electric car
The Rolls-Royce Spectre, the brand's first entirely electric vehicle, has finally been unveiled. Rolls believes that as Rolls-Royce transitions to an all-electric age, the Spectre is a declaration of intent and a picture of a promising, daring future.
The biggest grille ever given to a Rolls-Royce cuts across Spectre's split headlamp design when viewed from the front. To better direct airflow across the front of the car, the Pantheon grille's vanes have been reshaped to provide a smoother section and a flusher fit.
The grille's relaxed angle and polished stainless steel finish significantly increase Spectre's visibility by enhancing environmental reflection. . The grille is gently lighted to confirm Spectre's expression after dark, with 22 LEDs lighting up the backside of each of the vanes that have been sandblasted. Their soft glow is reflected in the polished front surfaces to create a delicate and three-dimensional night signature.
Additionally, according to Rolls Royce, Spectre is the first two-door coupé in production since almost a century ago to use 23-inch wheels.
The most cutting-edge Bespoke features ever are installed within Spectre, which was designed with inspiration from the enduring mystique of the night sky.
Along with the remarkable lighted surfaces, Spectre has a fully rebuilt Spirit digital luxury architecture, which is presented in classic Rolls-Royce fashion. The operations of the automobile will be managed by Spirit, which is also seamlessly linked into the brand's Whispers application. This enables customers to engage with their cars remotely and get real-time data compiled by the brand's premium intelligence specialists.
Spectre is anticipated to have a 520 km all-electric range and will produce 585PS and 900 Nm of torque. It should be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in 4.5 seconds.