2024 Rolls-Royce Spectre Electric Coupe Reveals Interior For The First Time In Spy Shots

Rolls-Royce is expected to release their first ever electric vehicle, the Spectre, within the coming months, and well ahead of its official unveiling, our spy photographers were able to catch a glimpse of its interior for the first time.

The cabin looks to be quite traditional in its design, which makes sense when taking into account Rolls-Royce‘s clientele. Given how much is covered, though, there isn’t much to be seen, but we can make out a flat three-spoke steering wheel, round air vents, and physical climate controls, all finished in the most exquisite leathers and metals. There also appears to be a digital gauge cluster sharing its binnacle with the infotainment screen.

Read More: Rolls-Royce Says The Spectre Will Feel Like A Private Jet Taking Off

Even though it’s quite apparent, it’s worth pointing out that Rolls’ first EV will be a two-door coupe rather than a sedan. Given that, it has an elegant sloping roofline that stretches all the way to the edge of the decklid, giving it a silhouette not too dissimilar to the now discontinued Wraith.

Up front, we have the signature Rolls-Royce grille flanked by split headlights on either side, which follow vertical creases in the bodywork down to a full-width lower fascia similar to the new Ghost. Out back, we see what appear to be typical Rolls-Royce square taillights sitting on a clean-sheet trunk area. Under that is a relatively complex diffuser area, which most likely fills in visually for the lack of exhaust pipes and aids in aerodynamics.

See Also: Rolls-Royce’s Spectre EV Might Look Something Like This

The Spectre will ride on Rolls-Royce’s Architecture of Luxury platform, which also underpins the Phantom, Ghost, and Cullinan. The powertrain is expected to borrow aspects from the BMW i7, which would mean it will likely feature a 120 kWh battery pack. That battery will output to a variety of electric motor configurations, with the most powerful potentially making as much as 600 hp (608 PS / 447 kW).

After it finishes its 2.5 million km (1.5 million mile) testing and development program, the Spectre is expected to make its debut sometime in 2023 as a 2024 model year car.

more photos…

Image Credits: CarPix for CarScoops

Leave a Reply