Behold the Rolls-Royce Spectre

The iconic British luxury automaker’s first-ever production electric vehicle - Rolls Royce Spectre

The brand revealed it's first-ever EV with a $413,000 price tag, futuristic design, unique features, and a 320-mile range.

Rolls-Royce didn’t go with a completely new design for its first-ever EV and rather chose to tweak the existing design DNA 

The Rolls-Royce Spectre looks like a futuristic version of the Wraith.“It needs to be a Rolls-Royce first,” Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos said.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Rolls-Royce Spectre:

Jaw-dropping design that previews Rolls-Royce’s future design direction

A redesigned Spirit of Ecstasy for the company’s brand new chapter in car making. The iconic hood ornament has always been central to the brand’s image

For its first-ever EV, Rolls-Royce has created the sportiest iteration with the flying lady couching at a sharper angle to be more aerodynamic.

Rolls-Royce says it took more than 800 hours of design, development, and wind-tunnel testing to completely overhaul the iconic symbol.

Biggest wheels to be ever fitted to a Rolls-Royce

The wheels of the Spectre feature a beautiful fan-blade shape design. With a 23-inch diameter, they are also the biggest wheels ever to be fitted to a Rolls-Royce.

A cabin that’s familiar but is full of novelties

Much like the exterior, the British luxury automaker has given the interior plenty of brand-new elements, setting it apart from the rest of the models in the lineup.

The first thing you’ll notice is the starlight feature than has been extended from the headliner to the door cards, and we must say that it looks fantastic.

In addition to that, the dashboard is splattered with digital displays, but not in a Tesla way. It still very much looks like a Rolls-Royce. 

The Spectre also gets a full-digital instrument console, which is also a first.

Powertrain and numbers

The Spectre features a dual-motor setup powering both axles, giving it all-wheel drive.

The Rolls-Royce Spectre might be a runaway success

Rolls-Royce has said that more than 300 buyers from the US have already put down deposits for the company’s first-ever EV, which is quite impressive. I