Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025.

Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025.

Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025.

The Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025 convertible is featured in independent renders from CarsCoops.

The author of the Rolls-Royce Spectre Drophead coupe renders was independent designer Thanos Pappas, who took on this project at the request of CarScoops.

This rendering has nothing to do with Rolls-Royce.

Rolls-Royce has finally unveiled its first all-electric production model in the form of the Spectre luxury two-door coupe.

The British automaker has promised to offer an all-electric lineup by 2030, so our foreign colleagues took the liberty of creating a convertible version of the Spectre.

Rolls-Royce CEO Thorsten Muller-Otvos made it clear that the Spectre is not a replacement for the Wraith with an internal combustion engine, but a spiritual successor to the discontinued Phantom Coupe (2008-2016).

This means that the potential convertible would be the equivalent of the Phantom Drophead Coupe (2007-2016) rather than the more modern Dawn.

The fictional Spectre convertible has lost its roof and pillars, getting a stylish fabric top painted white. Rear-opening doors, frameless windows, thin pillars, and chrome complete the look.

Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025.

The designer has kept the lower body of the coupe almost unchanged, as is the case with most convertibles.

Of course, like any other model produced at the Goodwood plant, the convertible will have countless personalization options when it comes to colors, materials and custom features.

Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025.

This could go as far as one-offs and one-off special editions, as in the case of the flagship Phantom.

The Spectre is 5,453 mm long, which puts it right between the Dawn at 5,268 mm and the Phantom Coupe at 5,609 mm. The convertible will be about the same size.

Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025.

Rolls-Royce has confirmed that all of its future models will be based on the Luxury aluminum architecture that was introduced in the V12-powered Phantom, but was designed from the beginning to be compatible with electric cars.

As with the fixed-top Spectre, the convertible’s electric powertrain will produce 577 hp and 900 Nm of torque.

Rolls-Royce Spectre 2025.

As for electric range, there’s a chance it will be slightly worse than the Spectre’s 520 km because of the extra weight of the convertible roof mechanism and chassis reinforcements. Mind you, the coupe is already too heavy, weighing 2,975 kg.

Last March, Rolls-Royce officially closed the order books for the Wraith and Dawn, with production expected to end by the end of the year.

This means you can no longer buy a Rolls-Royce convertible. Thus, we believe there’s a good chance the Goodwood-based automaker will introduce an open-top version of the Spectre in the coming years.

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