A totally electric Rolls-Royce has been in development for a while.

Charles Stewart Rolls first asserted the usefulness of the electric motor for autos in 1900.

The issue back then, which now seems to be getting better 123 years later, was a dearth of charging stations.

Therefore, the Spectre can now enter the world.

It has two doors and four seats, and it's a huge coupe, measuring 215.6 inches (5,475 mm) long and 79.4 inches (2,017 mm) wide.

A twin-motor drivetrain is used by the Spectre. 255 horsepower (190 kW) and 270 lb-ft (365 Nm) are produced by the front axle motor.

Between the axles is a lithium-ion battery that powers the motors.

It has a 120 kWh gross capacity and a 105 kWh usable capacity.