Rolls Royce long known as the leader in luxury cars turns into a new era, with the introduction of Spectre their first Ultra-Luxury Electric Super Coupé.
The Rolls Royce Spectre brings a familiar design, with a long bonnet, minimalistic profile and a fastback-styled rear. The Spectre measures 5.4 metres in length and 2 metres in width. They call it the spiritual successor to the Phantom Coupé and an emblem of artisanship in perfect harmony with electric technology.
The brand aims to electrify their entire portfolio of cars by the year 2030. It also comes with SPIRIT which is being called as the digital extension of the car.
SPIRIT manages Spectre’s functions and seamlessly integrates into Whispers, Rolls-Royce’s exclusive owners app, allowing remote interaction with their car and receive live information curated by the marque’s luxury intelligence specialists.
The main feature of SPIRIT seems to be ten various driver assistance systems to make the owners drive smooth and safe.
Bookings for the Rolls Royce Spectre have begun, with launch and deliveries expected to take place sometime by the end of 2023.