The future has arrived at Rolls-Royce with the unveiling of its first fully-electric car, the Spectre coupe. Designed from the ground up as an electric vehicle, the Spectre is on its way to accumulating over 1.5 million miles in testing ahead of its release in 2023. Rolls-Royce engineered a new aluminium chassis to maximize the quiet, powerful nature of electric power, in a car measuring 18 feet long and weighing nearly three tons. The Spectre is expected to have over 300 miles of range and produce over 660 lb-ft of torque, with a 0-60 sprint of 4.4 seconds. While Spectre retains the familiar upright lines and imposing presence typical of the brand, it's also the most aerodynamic shape Rolls-Royce has ever produced, with a drag coefficient of 0.25. Inside, Rolls' Starlight headliner now transitions to the door panels with over 5,876 LEDs along with nearly limitless options of coverings and materials available.