Rolls-Royce Dawn and Rolls-Royce Wraith are no longer available from the British brand. The last luxury coupe and no less luxurious convertible will roll off the production line in 2023. What will happen next? Both models will not receive direct successors, but the alternative will be the first electric Rolls-Royce in history, which is expected to arrive in the fourth quarter of the same year – the Specter.
The electric Rolls-Royce Specter is almost ready
Rolls-Royce diesel cars give way to ‘electrician’
The end of the diesel era for Rolls-Royce? Not so fast! in models Ghost, Cullinan and Phantom will continue to drive the legendary 6.75 V12 petrol engine. However, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, President of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, emphasized that the deep sound of the combustion engine would no longer be heard in the Dawn and Wraith models.
Announcing the end of order for these cars, Müller Ötvös told Autocar that while the electric Specter is not a direct successor to Wraith, it will now play the coupe role in the company’s lineup.
why? The Rolls-Royce Specter will have its own place in the model range, closer to the flagship Phantom in character and size. Meanwhile, the Wraith and Dawn models that came off the stage were based on the previous generation of Ghost.
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