Rolls-Royce Spectre EV Won’t Have Performance-Crazed Driving Mode

If you’re one of the people who have been waiting patiently for the fourth-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom to receive its first facelift, then you’re in luck because it has finally happened. Rolls-Royce has rolled out the new 2014 Phantom, which boasts subtle changes and gives off an entirely new look and feel. The company’s CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos shared that the company would never have models like Tesla, but will concentrate on providing waftability to its customers in its most impressive form. Furthermore, the latest model would concentrate on delivering an authentic Rolls Royce experience amid stiff competition.

Features Of Rolls-Royce EV

Muller-Otvos has stated that the luxury automobile company hopes to become all-electric by 2030. For them, it’s important to retain its clientele with the new powertrain. Moreover, the quiet, plush, and powerful Rolls-Royce operation lends itself well to an electric vehicle. So, the primary goal of developing the novel Spectre EV is to deliver a true Rolls-Royce experience. The new model is still in its testing cycle, with the process of testing and development not yet at the halfway point. The vehicle is undergoing continuous refinement and is scheduled to complete 26 million miles before the white suits are satisfied with its longevity.

Benefits of Adopting EV Technology

Though the new Rolls-Royce Spectre won’t have a performance-crazed driving mode, it will still offer many benefits to drivers. For one, the car will be more environmentally friendly than its gas-powered counterparts. Additionally, EV technology is often more efficient and can provide a smoother ride. Finally, Rolls-Royce is known for its luxurious cars, and the new Spectre will be no exception. It comes with a state-of-the-art luxury cabin featuring mahogany veneer trim and brushed aluminum accents on the dashboard. The backseat also has enough room for two adults or three children, which may come in handy when transporting family members.