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Rolls royce car has officially confirmed that Dawn coupe and the spectre All convertible models are talked about as orders close worldwide.
Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös told Autocar command for two doors Dawn and the spectre are fully booked until early 2023, when the final models will roll off the Goodwood production line in the UK.
Mr. Müller-Ötvös told European Automotive News in October 2021 for the all-electric Specter.
“That’s another proposition for our customers. It will feel very different, it will look very different. ”
Rolls-Royce Australia previously confirmed in February 2022 Dawn and Wraith can no longer order locally. This follows their withdrawal from the US market in 2021.
In other words, we knew this was coming.
Dawn and Wraith are mechanically related to the first generation Ghost, which in turn is derived from the foundation of the fifth generation. BMW 7 Series launched locally in September 2009.
They also use an older 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12, related to the V12 used in BMW M760Li will end production in June 2022.
For context, newer Rolls-Royce models use a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12.
Rolls-Royce recently announced that it fully electric by 2030. It is no stranger to electric power.
The co-founder of the original Rolls-Royce Limited, Charles Rolls, explored the possibilities of electric carpets in the early 20th century.
“The electric car is completely noiseless and clean. There were no odors or vibrations, and they would be very useful when stationary charging stations could be arranged,” said Mr Rolls in an interview with Motor-Car Magazine in April 1900.
“But for now, I don’t predict that they will be very available – at least for many years to come.”
The Wraith coupe arrived in 2013, while the Dawn convertible followed in 2015.
Combined, the Dawn and Wraith are Rolls-Royce’s most popular vehicles in Australia in 2021 with 20 units sold. The company sold 15 Cullinan SUVs and 13 of its sedans.