The manufacturer Rolls-Royce will officially introduce the Specter EV (Electric Vehicle) in mid-2023 as the most revolutionary product of the brand. This huge Specter is the product of Rolls-Royce’s first electric vehicle, which plans to fully produce electric vehicles by 2030.
Previously, Rolls-Royce had said it would not think about making an electric car model unless it was sure it could get the formula right.
Quoted from the Carbuzz page, Sunday (20/3/2022), Rolls-Royce received assistance from BMW for the development of an electric car, but still retains the variations of the aluminum space frame platform that characterizes Rolls-Royce.
The test video shows the Specter EV with a sleek coupe design similar to the current Wraith. Given that it is an electric car model, when testing the Specter EV it uses camouflage paint and looks calm when accelerating.
When cruising on German country roads, the Specter EV is able to navigate uneven road surfaces. Unfortunately, there is no clear information about its performance and dynamic characteristics.
Very few details have been obtained for the new Rolls-Royce Specter EV.
Rolls-Royce uses BMW’s flagship electric powertrain. The same powertrain has already been fitted to the iX SUV and will be used in the upcoming i7. Wrapped in the flagship M60, the system uses a two-motor setup to produce 610 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque.
Rolls-Royce has not yet commented on the range. But for comparison, the BMW i7 which uses the same powertrain has a range of 360 miles (579 km).
By comparison, the 22-inch BMW iX xDrive50, sporting a dual motor system with lower power output, has earned an EPA-rated estimated mileage of 315 miles (507 km).