All-electric Rolls-Royce Spectre production likely to crank up, CEO credits stronger-than-expected demand
According to Rolls-Royce’s CEO, orders for its upcoming all-electric Spectre are so plentiful that the legacy luxury automaker may need adjust its production output to meet the growing demand. Furthermore, the company chief believes the first fully-electric Rolls-Royce will fit nicely into the current lineup and start generating profits from the very start of production.Expand Expanding Close
Rolls-Royce puts all-electric Spectre through winter tests near the Arctic Circle as part of 2.5 million km testing program
British luxury automaker Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has shared the latest update regarding its upcoming all-electric Spectre, as it has endured winter testing in Sweden in temperatures as low as -40℃ (-40℉). With the completion of winter testing, Rolls-Royce has shared that the Spectre has now covered 25% of the 2.5 million planned test kilometers (~1.55 million miles), simulating 400 years of use on the new EV.Expand Expanding Close
Rolls-Royce announced today that its first electric car is going to be called “Spectre,” and it’s unveiled the first prototype.
The automaker also confirmed that it is going all-electric by 2030.Expand Expanding Close