Under the skin, it’s far more intelligent than any current Rolls-Royce.
Of all the automakers making the move to electrification, one has to assume that it’s less of an issue for Rolls-Royce than for, say, Dodge. From the Ghost to the Cullinan, every Rolls prioritizes refinement, effortless power, and comfort rather than agility. These are all qualities that complement an electric powertrain perfectly. The Rolls-Royce Spectre electric coupe is, therefore, expected to embody all the traditional strengths associated with the brand. The Spectre, officially announced in September last year, has been spied several times before and now Rolls has shared more details about the car’s winter testing regimen that recently concluded just 34 or so miles from the Arctic Circle, a popular testing region for new EVs. We also now know more about why the brand is calling this its most connected, technologically advanced car yet.