The whole marque that is Rolls-Royce is set to turn into a fully-electric carmaker by the year 2030 and the Spectre will mark the beginning of an electrified era.
While the scheduled market sale of the Rolls-Royce Spectre is planned to take place during the fourth quarter of 2023, prototypes of the EV have been spotted in full-disguise for the public to see.
It is difficult to see the design tweaks, as well as how the Spectre looks, but on closer inspection of the spy pictures, the split headlights, vertical slats and dark alloys paint quite the impressive image.
Add to that the sleek roof line and the typically electric car clean rear-end and the Spectre should be something to behold once it drops its camo.
The Rolls-Royce Spectre is underpinned by the Architecture of Luxury platform that also forms the basis of the Ghost and Phantom models.
Rumour has it the Spectre will share a drivetrain with the BMW iX M60 that consists of two electric motors with up to 455 kW and 1,100 Nm of torque. The powertrain in the iX M60 is powered by a 111.5 kWh battery pack with up to 566 km of driving range.