For the run up to this year’s Geneva Motor Show, speculation was rife that Rolls-Royce would come out with an electric version of the Phantom. And confirming the news, the luxury car giants announced a one-off version on the Phantom Experimental Electric code named 102EX, to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, 2011. For the rest of the year, the go through a series of test rides to in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America for creating research data on which Rolls-Royce will base their future models. The company has no plans to retail the vehicle, but the car is said to deliver decent drive range between recharges and can operate in weather conditions too.
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