At first glance, you think you have a Rolls-Royce Wraith in front of you. But even if the vehicle class and proportions have impressive similarities, those responsible at Rolls-Royce never tire of emphasizing that the Specter is a completely new car - of course electric, elegant and outrageously expensive. Strictly speaking, it does not replace the Rolls-Royce Wraith, but the elegant Phantom Coupé. “Spectre shows how perfectly suited the brand is to electrification. Its all-electric powertrain will ensure the continued success and relevance of the brand. At the same time, it reinforces all the features that make a Rolls-Royce a Rolls-Royce,” says Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce. Sir Charles Stewart Rolls, co-founder of Rolls-Royce, dreamed of an electric model as early as 1900: “The electric car is noiseless and clean. There is no smell or vibration. They should become very useful when fixed charging stations can be set up.”
The design is typical Rolls-Royce – imposing, elegant, confident and timeless. The radiator grille is wider and flatter than you are used to – framed by LED lights that are just as striking as the rear. The electric colossus rolls on powerful 23-inch wheels and enchants with a never-ending window line. The optimized planar suspension system, a smooth underbody and a drag coefficient of 0.25 ensure maximum driving comfort. The interior is surprisingly classic – similar displays, applications and controls are already familiar from the current Rolls-Royce models. The well-known starry sky is supplemented by an LED starry landscape in the door and side panels. Reservations are accepted immediately; The market launch for the Specter is in autumn 2023, with prices set at around 400,000 euros exactly between the Cullinan and Phantom.