Electric Rolls Royce Phantom Won’t Be Produced

Electric Rolls Royce Phantom Won’t Be Produced
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At the recent Geneva Motor Show, Rolls Royce surprised everyone by showing an electric version of their Phantom luxury sedan. This super-green version might have been good for the environment, however it had its limitations, like taking 24-hours to fully charge from a household outlet (or eight-hours by using an induction charging system developed by… Continue Reading...

Rolls-Royce Phantom Experimental Electric 102EX Concept Powered by Lotus

Rolls-Royce Phantom Experimental Electric 102EX Concept Powered by Lotus
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There might not be a larger void between two automakers than the British brands Lotus and Rolls-Royce. One focuses on bare-bones sports cars, while the other epitomizes excessive luxury. But when Rolls-Royce decided to push ahead with plans to create an electric car concept, it went straight to the engineering minds at Lotus. On display… Continue Reading...

Geneva 2011: Rolls-Royce 102EX Makes Sure The Only Sound You Hear Is The Electric Motor

Geneva 2011: Rolls-Royce 102EX Makes Sure The Only Sound You Hear Is The Electric Motor
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Rolls-Royce used to sell its cars with a tagline that bragged about the lack of cabin noise, with only the ticking of the in-cabin clock to be heard during your ride. Now, that tagline is somewhat moot, as the all-electric 102EX, unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show, is for all intents and purposes silent thanks… Continue Reading...
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