Rolls Royce Spectre set to debut as the brand’s first EV in 2023

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Rolls Royce Spectre

News is that Rolls Royce Motors plans of unveiling its highly anticipated electric concept named Spectre in Q4 of 2023. Like many other manufacturers, Rolls Royce also pledges to go fully electric by the year 2030. Christened as the Spectre, expect this electric to be based on the Spaceframe architecture. The Spaceframe architecture also does duties on other Rolls Royce models such as – Cullinan and Phantom.

Further updates

In the different pictures that were teased, the silhouette of the upcoming Spectre remains largely identical to the Wraith. The company officials have however confirmed that the Spectre will be a brand new model from the Goodwood-based manufacturer. The company also revealed that this model in particular will undergo rigorous testing. It will cover a distance of 2.5 million kilometers and will be covered before being fully unveiled in 2023. We can definitely expect to get further updates or get to spot test mules until then.

Official confirmation

Torsten Muller-Otvos, CEO of Rolls Royce Motors felt this to be the most defining moment since 1904. He firmly believes that the upcoming Spectre will stick to the promise of revolutionizing the electric car segment. This will bring in a fine, and super-luxurious car into the EV segment. He confirmed this model is not a prototype, and it will come in flesh. The deliveries will likely commence in Q4 of 2023.

The pricing of the Spectre is expected to be in the same bracket as other models in the RR stable. It will attract prospects who wish to indulge in the sheer opulence that an EV could possibly offer. Such luxury with zero emissions is a first from any automaker. The company is confident of replacing its current crop of models with fully-electric cars by 2030. It currently sells – Phantom, Ghost, and Cullinan.

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