To ensure it’s as good as can be, the automaker has subjected the car to a would-be 400-year drive equating to 2.5 million kilometers of testing.
The Spectre is expected to deliver 323 miles on a single charge, coming with a power consumption of 2.9 miles per kWh. All this is packed inside a two-door, four-seat land-yatch measuring almost 5.5-meters long and more than two meters wide and weighing nearly three tons before the addition of passengers.
Designed similar to the Phantom Coupé but much modernized, the Spectre can reach 62 MPH in 4.5 seconds, which is comparable to other cars like the Rolls-Royce Ghost’s 4.3-second stint.
“SPIRIT” and “Whispers” technology, coined by the brand, allows the owner to remotely communicate with the car which will likely control things like pre-heating, parking, and other amenities that make the experience more luxurious.
The car officially launches in Q4 of 2023 with more to be revealed before then.