Rolls Royce is set to reveal its first all-electric model, the Spectre, later today. While we wait for the official unveiling, here are some leaked images that just surfaced on the internet.
At first glance, the Rolls Royce Spectre looks like a facelift version of the Wraith. The front grille looks slimmer yet as imposing as before. It is flanked by a split headlamp setup that has become quite common on high-end BMWs off late.
While the overall shape of the Spectre looks familiar, Rolls Royce has tried to differentiate the EV from the ICE range. They’ve done this by giving the car a unique set of headlamps and tail lights. The image shows a slim rectangular tail lamp cluster with dual vertical LED elements.
The Rolls Royce Spectre shares its underpinnings with the Phantom and Cullinan. The details of the all-electric powertrain are yet to be disclosed.
Rival Bentley is also working on an electric model. According to the CEO Adrian Hallmark, the brand’s first EV will packs 1400 hp and will be capable of sprinting from 0-60 mph in 1.5 seconds!
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