Highlights: First all-electric Rolls-Royce for series production, available from the end of 2023; Spiritual successor Phantom Coupé; 5.2\45 meters, 2975 kilos; 900 Nm torque, 585 hp, 520 km WLTP range; On the same basis as the Phantom. We first got wind of Rolls-Royce’s electrification plans in early 2021. Although the brand previously said it had little interest in electric powertrains, the rumor that the brand was developing an EV escaped. And that turned out to be the truth. In fact, we now know that only EVs will roll out of the Goodwood factory from 2030. The Rolls-Royce Specter unveiled today is the first of these. It must be a coupé ‘in the spirit of the Phantom’, so one that is positioned at the top of the Rolls-Royce model range. The Specter shares its Architecture of Luxury platform with the Phantom, with which the model according to the brand serves as the spiritual successor to the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé. The all-aluminium platform, which debuted with the eighth Phantom, has been modified for an electric powertrain. Rolls-Royce has not yet announced the size of the battery that will be hidden in it from now on. However, the brand does provide the preliminary specifications (the definitive ones will follow later): the Specter will have a WLTP range of 520 km and an electric motor of 585 hp and 900 Nm of torque. The car is just under 5.5 meters long and weighs almost 3,000 kg. The Rolls-Royce Specter will be delivered from the end of 2023. This article will be added later.