A Rolls-Royce of the old and the new generation

A Rolls-Royce of the old and the new generation

It is rare for Rolls-Royce to make significant design changes. However, with the Spectre, the first fully electric Rolls, the design has undergone a fundamental transformation.

While one reminds us of the glorious era of V12 Rolls-Royce from the 2010s, the other shows us what the dark future looks like. When even the most expensive cars only have electric motors, it is time to have serious concerns. But this has been a concern for quite some time, as the law has not been introduced just yesterday.
The Phantom Coupé was long one of the most popular Rolls-Royce models. Its beautiful coupe form was even more classic than that of the Wraith, which was its immediate successor. The Spectre is also the successor to the Wraith. The only significant difference, besides the name change and some design alterations, is that the distinctive V12 engine has been omitted.

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