A New Era in Luxury Motors – The Rolls-Royce Spectre is Here!
The qualities of Spectre have confirmed the legacy of Rolls-Royce. This magnificent car, designed from the outset as our first electric model, is noiseless, robust, and shows how automaker is ideally suited to electrification. The all-electric powertrain of 2023 Rolls-Royce Spectre will guarantee that the brand stays prosperous and pertinent while significantly extending the meaning of each trait that makes a Rolls-Royce a Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce's Spectre marks an important step in both the company's and electric vehicle tech's development. By the end of the decade, all their vehicles will be electric, showing their tech has advanced enough to provide their signature luxury and refinement.
Spectre's unique headlights and the widest grille ever on a Rolls-Royce adorn its front. The Pantheon grille's smoother vanes and flusher fit help direct air around the vehicle.
Spectre's fastback silhouette recalls classic motor cars and watercraft. Its low drag coefficient and single body panel extend from A-pillar to luggage compartment. The vertical tail lamps are colorless and precise, complementing the flow of the bodywork from muscular shoulders to the tapering tail section. Spectre is the first production two-door coupé to be equipped with 23-inch wheels.
Rolls-Royce's most up-to-date series production vehicle, the Spectre, offers its passengers a one-of-a-kind experience with its Starlight Door, which is equipped with 4,796 luminous 'stars'. To provide a further touch of luxury, customers can choose to have Canadel Panelling mounted on the coach doors, inspired by the name of the bay in the southern area of France where this car was constructed.
Planar suspension is a system that provides an exact response to driver commands and road conditions, creating a "magic carpet ride" of Rolls-Royce. New hardware parts and Spectre's capacities help disconnect the car's stabilizers, blocking rocking motion when one side of the car hits a bump and reducing high-frequency ride problems from the road surface.
The Planar system reattaches its parts and strengthens dampers for corners. 4-wheel steering is ready for easy turning. 18 sensors monitor cornering, steering, braking, power and suspension, providing effortless control for Spectre.
2023 Rolls-Royce Spectre, expected to be released in Q4 2023, is nearing completion with early data suggesting a battery range of 323 miles WLTP and 664 lb-ft of torque from its 577 hp powertrain. It is forecast to take 4.4 seconds to reach 0-60 mph. However, these figures may be subject to change as further testing and tweaking is done.