Rolls-Royce is anticipating the gradual ban on thermal cars in large urban centers. The first trendy series model of the English brand will land according to the official communication of the manufacturer by 2030.
Remember: Rolls-Royce presented in 2011 the supercharged 102EX concept based on the Phantom of the time. The study did not result in a production version due to lack of demand. Times have since changed. The firm is now considering with the upcoming anti-pollution standards and the progressive ban on thermals in city centers a standard electric luxury sedan.
According to the management of Rolls-Royce such a model will be released during this decade. The silent operation and the instantaneous availability of torque make the electrical mechanics perfectly suited to the notchback of the Goodwood firm. The car will replace the current Wraith and Dawn arriving at the end of their career.
As a reminder, the Rolls-Royce 102EX study suffered from poorly performing batteries. The three-volume only traveled 200 kilometers on a single charge while its electric motor delivered 389 horsepower to the ground for 800 Nm of torque. See you by 2030 to discover the first trendy Rolls-Royce production.
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