Rolls Royce Spectre Electric Coupe

Spectre Electric Coupe

Spectre Electric Coupe

Estimated Price : ₹ 9.0 Crore - ₹ 15.0 Crore

Expected Launch : November 2024

Key Specifications

Driving Range Upto 520 kms
Battery & Motor Type 100 kWh Battery Pack
BHP Upto 585 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Fuel Electric
Seats 4
Mileage: Upto 520 kms
Engine: 100 kWh Battery Pack
BHP: Upto 585 bhp
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel: Electric
Seats: 4

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Rolls Royce Spectre Launched at Rs 7.5 Crore
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Rolls Royce Spectre Launched at Rs 7.5 Crore

Rolls-Royce has launched its first-ever electric luxury saloon, Spectre in India. Priced at Rs. 7.5 crore (ex-showroom), the Spectre is positioned between the Cullinan and the Phantom models in the Rolls-Royce Motorcars lineup. Rolls-Royce Spectre: Exterior Design Although the Spectre looks similar to its sibling, the Wraith, there are few design elements that make it stand out. For instance, it has a signature illuminated Pantheon Grille with the ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ on top. This two-door electric luxury car can carry four people and has big 23-inch aero-designed alloy wheels. It is also the heaviest Rolls-Royce, weighing at 2,975 kg. Rolls-Royce Spectre: Interior Layout and Features Like any other Rolls-Royce, the cabin of the Spectre is highly customizable. As part of the redesign, the rear seats now come integrated into the interior body panels. There is attention to detail in the form of exquisite stitching, embroidery, and intricate piping, reflecting Rolls-Royce's dedication to luxury craftsmanship. In addition, it highlights a new digital interface with connected car technology that can control all functions of the vehicle. One of the catchy features it has received is the Starlight Doors. These doors have 5,500 tiny stars in them, and the ceiling has 4,796 stars, all of which light up! Rolls-Royce Spectre: Battery Pack Details Rolls Royce Spectre runs on a big 102kWh battery, and it has two electric motors. The motor in the front makes 254 bhp, and the one in the rear delivers 482 bhp. Together, they make the vehicle very powerful, with a total power output standing at 576 bhp with 900 Nm of peak torque. The luxury EV can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in about 4.5 seconds. It has a range of 530 km on a single full charge. As for the charging options, there is a 22-kw charger which takes over 5 hours alongside a 50-kw charger with an estimated time of 95 minutes. There is also a faster 195-kw charger that only takes 34 minutes to charge the Rolls Royce Spectre. Read Also: Tata Altroz EV Expected Launch in 2025

Most Expensive Rolls-Royce Model Unveiled Globally
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Most Expensive Rolls-Royce Model Unveiled Globally

Luxury automaker Rolls-Royce has just unveiled the new Drop Tail. It is the brand’s first modern two-seat roadster and a nod to the coach-built drop-tops that brought Rolls-Royce reputation a century ago. The Rolls Royce Drop Tail has been developed over 4 years of collaboration between the automaker and four clients. The first of four bespoke Drop Tails is dubbed ‘LA Rose Noire’ and gets a custom Audemars Piguet watch that is mounted to the dashboard using a clasp mechanism. Rolls-Royce says the Drop Tail represents the “absolute pinnacle” of its in-house coachbuilding capabilities, making it the most expensive car to go on sale. Rolls-Royce Drop Tail: Exterior Design While Rolls-Royce usually makes their coach-built specials on the Architecture of Luxury platform, the Drop Tail uses a bespoke chassis made from steel, aluminium and carbon fibre. It has a brand-new silhouette with its low coupe-like roofline inspired by ‘chop top’ hot rods. In profile, it looks sportier than any other Rolls-Royce with its flared wheel arches and carbon-fibre rear diffuser. The removable roof panel is made from carbon fibre as well, making it easier to remove it. The panel itself gets a large electrochromic glass section that can tint and untint at the press of a button. The front end of the Drop Tail is the most familiar with its extra large grille and rectangular headlights. However, this is the first Rolls-Royce ever to get a swooped-back grille instead of a right-angled one. The marque says it reflects the car’s informal spirit. Meanwhile, Rolls-Royce said that the swooping rear end did not make enough downforce. Instead of mounting a spoiler, the brand tweaked the rear deck’s design to produce the required downforce without an ungainly spoiler. This process itself took 20 iterations and 2 years of development time. Read Also: Renault to Debut Hybrid Tech on Upcoming Models Rolls-Royce Drop Tail: Interior The designer’s brief for the Drop Tail’s interior was to create an “intimate” environment. The cabin follows a minimalist approach with only three buttons visible while the others are hidden away. The powered centre console can also be moved to hide the infotainment control dial. The interior uses two shades of red, ‘True Love Red’ paint and a darker shade dubbed ‘Mystery’. An expansive wooden panel surrounds the seats, intended to reinforce the “romantic” atmosphere. The piece was built by a single craftsman who is said to have worked on the panel for over 9 months. Coachbuild design boss Alex Zines said it was the “most complicated, involved and prohibitive work of craft ever produced”. The panel represents falling rose petals and is made from Black Sycamore. Rolls-Royce Drop Tail: Powertrain Details Powering the Drop Tail is a 6.75-litre V12 twin-turbo petrol motor that has tuned to make 601 bhp with 840 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. Rolls-Royce has stated that a V12 was used over an electric powertrain because the brand is celebrating the roadster and "the V12 is a powertrain we will be celebrating for the next couple of years”. Rolls-Royce Drop Tail: Price The automaker does not give specific pricing for its coach-built specials. However, all four Drop Tails cost more than the Boat Tail, which was priced at around £ 20 million or Rs 211 crore. It is already sold out. Read Also: Mahindra XUV700 and XUV400 Recalled In India

Rolls Royce Spectre Electric Coupe FAQ

The price of the upcoming Rolls-Royce Spectre Electric Coupe is expected to be in the range of Rs 12 to Rs 15 crore (ex-showroom).

The estimated launch date of the upcoming Rolls-Royce Spectre Electric Coupe is set around June 2023.

The Rolls-Royce Spectre Electric Coupe is an all-electric vehicle which will be based on the brand’s ‘Architecture of Luxury’ platform and offer a total driving range of around 500 kilometres on a single charge.

The upcoming Rolls-Royce Spectre Electric Coupe will compete with the likes of the Bentley EXP 100 GT Concept.

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