SAPA produces the dashboard and central console of the new Rolls-Royce Spectre which will be marketed in 2023.
A sea change is underway in the luxury car sector.
And in the front row there could only be Rolls-Royce, with the sharing of SAPA’s One-Shot® method.
Rolls-Royce will launch its first all-electric car in 2023 to switch to selling only battery-powered cars after 2030.
The luxury brand’s first electric vehicle will be the Specter coupe.
The two-door car will be built on the same aluminum architecture that currently underpins all of the company’s models.
And in the heart of the interior, there will also be two components produced by SAPA for the English OEM. In fact, the dashboard and cabinet will come out of our One-Shot® company.
A project that marries the SAPA work philosophy, tending to search for the advantages already guaranteed by the One-Shot® Method, the currently fastest patented pending method in the world for the production of car components with:
- Infinite productivity
- Production cycle up to 900% faster
- More lightweight and recyclable parts in line with Horizon 2020
- Reduced CO2 emissions
- SAVINGS ON YOUR BUDGET
A source of great pride for the company that participates, with its own method and technology, in this epochal change in the world of luxury cars.
Rolls-Royce’s move to electric cars is certainly the most significant moment in the company’s history since it was founded in 1904.
Electric drive is uniquely and perfectly suited to Rolls-Royce Motor Car.
“It’s quiet, refined and creates torque almost instantly, while still generating tremendous power.”
The Specter “will be the first and best super-luxury product of its kind” and deliveries will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023.