Rolls-Royce debuts first all-electric car

Rolls-Royce debuts first all-electric car

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars today unveiled its first all-electric car, the Spectre.

Specter marks the beginning of the full electrification of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and the company has confirmed that its entire product portfolio will be fully electric by 2030.

Specter’s size required designers to use 23-inch wheels. Inside, Specter is available with Starlight Doors, which contain 4,796 softly lit ‘stars’, excluding Starlight Headliner.

Specter has an all-aluminium spaceframe architecture and is tailor-made for electric propulsion. Final power, acceleration and range figures are still being refined as Specter’s fine-tuning enters its final phase. Preliminary data shows that Specter will have an all-electric estimated EPA range of up to 260 miles. It is expected to go from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.4 seconds (0-100 km/h in 4.5 seconds).

Specter commissions start at a suggested retail price in the United States of $413,500 and Canada $487,950. Specter is available for commission immediately, with first customer deliveries commencing in Q4 2023.