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Look: Rolls-Royce’s $413,000 EV is as ridiculous is its price suggests

The EV coupe starts at $413,000 and will hit the streets in late 2023.

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Rolls-Royce

The British automaker known for its ultra-luxury vehicles is finally going electric. Rolls-Royce debuted its first fully-electric car, the Spectre.

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Rolls Royce is kickstarting its efforts to fully electrify its lineup by the end of 2030 with the Spectre, which the company is calling the “spiritual successor” to the Phantom Coupe.

Like the Phantom Coupe, the two-door Spectre features Rolls-Royce’s iconic suicide doors that open up to reveal a unique interior.

Night sky interiors

Rolls-Royce didn’t hold back with the interior design for its first EV, lacing the Spectre’s doors with more than 4,700 accents meant to resemble illuminated stars.

Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce

The Spectre offers a first-class ride inside, but Rolls-Royce put enough power into its first EV to still make it fun to drive.

The Spectre has a 430 kW powertrain that provides 900 Nm of torque, allowing it to hit an estimated 0 to 6o mph in 4.4 seconds. The luxury EV will also has a preliminary range of 320 miles.

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Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce said the Spectre will be priced between its Cullinan SUV and its Phantom, but more recently revealed that it would start at $413,000.

The Spectre is already available for preorder, but Rolls-Royce is planning for the first deliveries in the fourth quarter of 2023.