What has felt like an eternity… has certainly been worth it. The Rolls Royce Spectre has arrived.
As the world’s first Ultra-Luxury Electric Super Coupé, the Spectre is a spiritual successor to Phantom Coupé. It is a statement of intent and a symbol of a bright, bold future as Rolls-Royce progresses into an all-electric era.
Rolls Royce’s decision to use electric powertrains will improve their cars’ performance, with increased torque, quieter operation, and seamless shifting. This tradition of excellence has been present since the company’s first car, the 1904 10 H.P.
As ever, we are fascinated by Spectre’s astonishing design. Rolls-Royce shave set a new precedent in the creation of an entirely original class of motor car: the Ultra-Luxury Electric Super Coupé. This designation refers to Spectre’s indulgent proportions, specified in response to a commitment that there is no greater luxury than that of space.
The marque’s designers are deeply rooted in the context occupied by their motor cars. Therefore, their inspiration is drawn from worlds far beyond automotive, including haute couture, modernist sculpture, nautical design, tailoring and contemporary art. In conceiving the principal sketches for Spectre, the marque’s creatives were drawn to modern yacht concepts, specifically the clarity and precision of line, intelligent use of reflection and application of taper to emotionalise silhouettes.
Alongside the extraordinary, illuminated surfaces, Spectre is equipped with a completely redesigned digital architecture of luxury named SPIRIT, presented in quintessential Rolls-Royce style. Not only will SPIRIT manage the motor car’s functions, but it is seamlessly integrated into the marque’s Whispers application, allowing clients to interact with their car remotely, and receive live information curated by the marque’s luxury intelligence specialists.
For the first time ever, clients are now able to extend their Bespoke commission beyond the physical world and into the digital architecture that underpins SPIRIT. Inspired by the marque’s clients’ love of bespoke timepieces, the colour of the dials can now complement the interior hue of the motor car.
As with all Rolls-Royce motor cars, Spectre’s interior suite offers clients near-infinite Bespoke possibilities. The all-new front seat design has been inspired by British tailoring, with lapel sections that can be rendered in contrasting or matching colours to the main base. Bespoke stitching, embroidery and intricate piping has, as ever, been considered in their inception.
With such intricate design attributes and this never-seen-before level of customisation, Rolls Royce are setting the bar unimaginably high. It is simply in a class of its own.
This kind of vehicle electrification is exciting news for us. The curation of our Andersen EV home chargers takes aesthetics and new world technology to the next level. Much like when you spec your vehicle, choice unlocks the desire to make the right decision. With over 90 colours and finishes, our charger customisation allows you to make a choice which will compliment your vehicle and your home – a perfect Rolls Royce EV home charger solution for their discerning clientele.
The Andersen strategy is to deliver premium EV home charger solutions which complement luxury homes, modern homes, period homes, or properties which require a sophisticated design. Our unique design can allow the charger to blend in or stand out in its surroundings. With pinnacle products such as the Rolls Royce Spectre, it is essential that luxury EV charger solutions are designed with architecture front of mind. The Andersen A2 range of products are considered to be some of the best electric vehicle home charger solutions available.
The Andersen smartphone app provides the vital information to users coupled with the ability to integrate with solar panels for the ultimate in sustainable solutions. Our mission is to make electric car charging as simple and stylish as possible combined with British design and build quality.
We look forward to seeing this Rolls Royce Spectre up close late next year.
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