The recently spied Rolls-Royce Spectre had a rather unique camouflage wrap
The Rolls-Royce Spectre has been spied overseas recently and it looks to be the same prototype that was teased by the luxury brand when it announced the model a few months ago.
Set to become Rolls-Royce’s very first pure-electric series production vehicle, the Spectre, as it turns out, will feature a similar silhouette as the popular Wraith 2-door coupe.
Up front, the recently spied Rolls-Royce Spectre has the brand’s signature grille, only smaller than usual, flanked by LED headlights above which sit the DRLs.
The lower air intake has a large ADAS sensor in the middle, and the luxury electric coupe also has a long bonnet, which seems unnecessary for an electric car.
Along the sides, the EV features very narrow windows, doors that open backwards, multi-spoke alloy wheels (these are likely not the ones the production-ready Spectre will come with) and strong character lines.
At the back the massive hatch has a spoiler integrated with it and the bumper is very much extended from the bodywork and it has a diffuser too. However, the tail lights on this example are temporary jobbies.
Expect to see heavy chrome trim on the outside, for example for the windows and door handles, and inside, Rolls-Royce will do what it does best, create luxurious and made to order cabins.
Underpinned by the marque’s aluminium spaceframe architecture, the Spectre will be tested across the globe, with the development mules covering a combined distance of 25 lakh kilometres (estimated).
Customer deliveries of the car will begin in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2023 and will signify the brand’s commitment to go fully electric by 2030.