Rolls-Royce Spectre 2024 Model Reveals Impressive 468 km EPA Range

In a recent revelation by the US EPA, the 2024 Rolls-Royce Spectre has been assigned a commendable EPA range of up to 468 km in the combined cycle, solidifying its stance as a luxurious and environmentally conscious vehicle. Although the primary allure of a Rolls-Royce lies in opulence rather than efficiency, prospective buyers can now gauge what to expect for their substantial investment.

The highest range is attributed to the version equipped with 22″ wheels, boasting a notable 468 km. Opting for the Black Badge trim, however, trims down the range slightly to 451 km. For those opting for the 23″ wheels, the range remains respectable at 428 km, or 425 km with the Black Badge variant. Remarkably, all versions share a swift 0 to 97 km/h acceleration time of 4.4 seconds and a top speed of 249 km/h.

Rolls-Royce initially announced a range of 418 km during the car’s unveiling in October of the previous year, highlighting the brand’s commitment to delivering impressive electric capabilities. The Spectre, propelled by 577 hp (430 kW) and boasting 900 Nm of instant torque, positions itself as a powerful contender in the electric luxury vehicle market. The starting price is set at €420,000, offering potential buyers a glimpse into the exclusivity of this remarkable automobile.

However, the Spectre is not just a car; it’s a statement. Its desirability is evident as it’s already sold out until at least 2025, emphasizing the anticipation and demand for Rolls-Royce’s foray into electric luxury. While the range is undoubtedly noteworthy, it is the marriage of performance, opulence, and ecological responsibility that makes the Spectre a standout in the automotive landscape.


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