Rolls Royce announces its first electric car Spectre, to be sold in 2023

Luxury car maker Rolls Royce has announced that it will introduce its first electric vehicle- Rolls-Royce Spectre in 2023. The company expects to start the sale of the Spectre from last quarter of 2023. The company plans to go all electric by the year 2030.

With this announcement of shifting to electric energy completely, Rolls Royce joins the likes of other premium car makers like Bentley, Jaguar etc. Even though the company has not announced any details about the features of the upcoming electric vehicle, it is expected that the car will feature premium engine and features. The style of Spectre seems quite similar to Rolls Royce Wraith in terms of proportion as well as body style.

From the pictures shared by Rolls-Royce on social media it was observed that the car has two doors, aerodynamic wheels and a body styled like a coupe. The battery management of the electric car will be of cutting edge and is expected to borrow electric technology from its parent company-BMW.

According to the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, the Spectre represents a remarkable undertaking- one that requires the car to take challenges in every aspect. The Spectre will be tested in every possible condition and terrain, which will make it a car of the future.

The CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Torsten Müller-Ötvös said, “With this new product we set out our credentials for the full electrification of our entire product portfolio by 2030. By then, Rolls-Royce will no longer be in the business of creating or selling any internal combustion engine products.”

The move of major luxury vehicle manufacturers like Rolls-Royce to manufacture electric vehicles will ensure that automobile sector will be reliant on cleaner energy. Keeping in mind of the future, these steps by the automobile manufacturer (moving to electric) will not only make the world clean but also make it greener.

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