Rolls-Royce will soon cut nearly half of its models from the range. The last copies of Dawn and Wraith will leave factories in Goodwood next year.
The Rolls-Royce collection currently consists of Ghost, Phantom, Cullinan, Wraith and Dawn. Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös told English website Autocar that the last versions of the Wraith and Dawn will leave the production line in 2023.
Dawn and Wraith are the spiritual successors to the Phantom Drophead Coupé and Phantom Coupé respectively. However, unlike those cars, they do not share their base with the flagship Phantom, but with the smaller Phantom. It’s also about the ghost of the previous generation. After all, in 2020 A whole new generation of ghosts Added to the Rolls Collection. The Wraith was launched in 2013 and the Dawn appeared two years later She will not receive direct successors, but she will nevertheless find a replacement in the new Rolls-Royce in a completely different way.
The Rolls-Royce Specter will launch in the last quarter of 2023. Just like the Wraith, it will be the Specter Coupe, but it will be very different. The Specter will be Rolls-Royce’s first all-electric car. Just like the current Ghost and Phantom, the car should have its own platform. So there is no BMW basis for the Specter. the ghost It certainly won’t be Rolls-Royce’s last electric car, as from 2030 the brand will sell electric-only models.
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