Late last month, Rolls-Royce unveiled something quite unexpected. The first-ever all-electric series production vehicle from the luxury brand, called Spectre, was shown far sooner than anyone thought. It may still be covered in camouflage, but there wasn’t enough to hide the fact it’s a big coupe with a long hood and fastback styling. The usual brand styling elements, namely a large grille section, remain. All in all, we very much like what we’re seeing. But what about another sensory area, specifically hearing?
Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos told Autocar that any upcoming EV model could actually be louder inside than one of its existing V12-powered vehicles, like the Phantom. How come?