Rolls Royce plans to announce the future of its electric cars on Wednesday (September 29th). The company may provide clues to its first electric car to be released before 2030.
The first official announcement of the British luxury carmaker will be released on Wednesday, September 29. No official announcement has been made since the Rolls Royce CEO confirmed that the company will switch from pure combustion engines to battery-powered electric motors.
The Rolls Royce electric car will be the first car to be launched without a V12 petrol engine. Sir Henry Royce, the founder of Rolls Royce, was heavily involved in the development of early automobile electrical systems before the company was founded.
It can be said that if electric cars were not restricted in terms of traffic authorities, Sir Henry Royce could have produced his electric car much earlier than other carmakers.
Rolls Royce said it has been researching and developing power plants since 2011. This coincides exactly with the production of the Phantom car, which has two engines in the rear axle with 389 horsepower. In addition, the 71 kWh battery provides 120 km of travel for the car.
Five years later, Rolls Royce unveiled the radical 103EX concept, which used a proprietary electric propulsion system based on an advanced lightweight platform.
The boot teal car was also the last car produced by the automaker and delivered to its customers.
The company now promises to produce electric car and is expected to reveal the specifications of its future electric car.
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