Although the drivetrain is brand-new, the inside of Spectre is very similar to previous Rolls-Royce models. The large, rear-hinged coach doors open to reveal a pretty simple interior. It is hardly minimalist, considering the automaker’s liberal use of various skins, wood veneers, and metals finished in chrome, but it is far from the overtly gimmicky interior of most EVs. The Starlight Headliner still has sparkle, but the HVAC’s basic toggle controls, the infotainment system’s rotary controller, and a few displays concentrate on the necessities.
Rolls-Royce Performance-wise, the Spectre is predicted to reach 60 miles per hour in 4.4 seconds, outpacing a Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost. The 577 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque enable a top speed of 155 miles per hour. On the U.S. EPA test cycle, the company currently estimates the range to be 260 miles.
Rolls-Royce The four-exact seater’s specs will be announced closer to the coupe’s introduction, which isn’t anticipated to start until Q4 2023. The order books have already been opened, though, and the pricing is anticipated to fall between that of the Cullinan (starting at roughly $348,000) and the Phantom (starting at $465,000).