Spectre: This is how much the new electric Rolls-Royce to be built in Sussex might cost you
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The new luxury all-electric Rolls-Royce was unveiled this week. You can read the launch here: https://www.sussexexpress.co.uk/lifestyle/cars/rolls-royce-motor-cars-unveils-its-first-fully-electric-motor-car-and-explains-its-importance-to-its-expanding-global-home-at-goodwood-3884160
And these are the design details of the new car: https://www.sussexexpress.co.uk/lifestyle/cars/this-is-why-the-new-electric-car-unveiled-by-rolls-royce-at-chichester-will-be-a-huge-success-3884221
Spectre is available for commission immediately, but you will need to wait a year until quarter four of 2023 to take delivery of it.
As Rolls-Royces are bespoke, there is virtually no limit to how much you can spend on making yours perfect – and a perfect reflection of your own personality.
But the company says that 'pricing will be positioned between Cullinan and Phantom.'
What that means is perhaps £350,000 as a ballpark figure.
Spectre is not just great for the environment - it will bring another major boost to the Chichester economy.At a press unveiling this week at the Goodwood plant, the chief executive officer of Rolls-Royce Torsten Müller-Ötvös, spoke of the importance of the company's West Sussex base: "Our home is the centre of something very special, something to be proud of."This is not a car factory. This is where Rolls-Royces are built by hand. It's where dreams become reality. Where the most skilled and dedicated craftspeople, designers and engineers, find their home - and where our clients come to experience the magic of Rolls-Royce and bring their own bespoke visions to life."