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Rolls-Royce Spectre

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Known for being disciplined, rigid and perfectionist, when it comes to the motor industry, Rolls Royce (RR) is certainly among the world's elite. The only thing it might be criticised for is its old-fashioned streak, since it has not yet embraced electrification technologies. But if so far there has been no evidence to contradict this, now comes the new Rolls-Royce Spectre, the first electric vehicle in the history of the British brand.
Having completed endurance tests in the extreme confines of South Africa, Rolls Royce's latest innovation is ready to be launched. The car has been subjected to harsh temperature conditions, as well as dirt and dust tracks that could affect cooling. But it persevered, and is ready to head off to the homes of its potential owners. Eagerly awaited by many and coveted by others, the Rolls-Royce Spectre is not a passing love, nor is it a summer fling. Rather, it is the epitome of excellence that has kept pace with the times. A breakthrough signalling the opening of a new era.
Only the absence of exhaust pipes gives away the electric nature of the model, as the Rolls Royce has long been silent. The Spectre, known as the world's first Ultra-Luxury Electric Super Coupé, adheres to the values of space, refinement and comfort, while retaining the classic features that have long been inherent to the family.

The first electric vehicle in the history of the British brand
The majestic, golden exterior is finished in stainless steel and the Spirit of Ecstasy, the brand's iconic statuette, is the result of 830 hours of modelling and testing. The wheels can be up to 23 inches, intensifying the sense of grandeur, and the model's customisation options are endless. The interior reveals the commitment to technological luxury, and it is no coincidence that the interior is considered the most advanced in its family tree.
The Spectre's total weight of almost three tonnes is spread across its 5453 mm length, combining 430 kW of power and 900 Nm of torque. The car accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and the battery, if all goes well, only needs to be charged once a month. The maximum range is 418 kilometres, but the British brand has taken things a step further. RR cars travel an average of 4830 km a year and, if you do the maths, you realise that the model's maximum range isn't even used in a month. There are also many perks for those who own the 100% electric car, from a new digital architecture called Spirit to the service of installing a charger in the garage of the model's buyers.
Breaking the monotony of straight lines and making poetry of the curves, welcome to the Rolls Royce 3.0 era, which has just unveiled its first-born Rolls-Royce Spectre.
Joana Rebelo
T. Joana Rebelo
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