ShrinkThatFootprint usually reviews EVs that are more modest. The Rolls-Royce Spectre is among the most audacious and powerful EVs we’ve ever reviewed. Rolls-Royce is taking their luxurious style to a new level with the all-electric 2024 Spectre coupe. The Spectre is based on the same platform as the Phantom and Cullinan, and is powered by two electric motors for a combined 577 horsepower. The estimated driving range is 260 miles per charge, and the company plans to phase out petrol-based models and replace them with EVs by 2030.
EV Engine And Performance
The Spectre has two electric motors with 577 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque, and can reach 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. The adaptive suspension and sound-deadening material ensure a quiet ride, while the estimated driving range of 260 miles per charge puts it below other long-range EVs like the Tesla Model S and Lucid Motors Air.
Interior Dimensions And Features
The cabin can seat four, with bucket seats in both rows. The Spectre’s interior offers design features that are unique to the model, such as a starry-night headliner and LED lights around the armrests, plus personalization options and material choices.
Infotainment And Tech
No details have been released yet about the Spectre’s infotainment and connectivity features, although DC fast-charging should be available.
The Spectre’s warranty info is not yet available, but is likely to be in line with other Rolls-Royce models.