Super luxury car brand Rolls Royce in its transformation to go all electric, begins the second testing phase of its all electric Spectre. The first phase of testing began earlier this year at a bespoke testing facility in Arjeplog, Sweden. The second phase of testing is in continuation of the company’s 2.5 million kms testing program.

The testing phase would include a total of 625,000 kms on and around the French Côte d’Azur starting from the historic Autodrome de Miramas proving ground. The second phase of testing would begin along the Provençal countryside surrounding the Autodrome de Miramas.

The model’s development is now at 40% completion, pertaining to the testing phases going in full swing. The company has confirmed a proprietary smart suspension system for production units. The developments in the marque’s architecture also make the model the stiffest Rolls-Royce ever with an increase of 30% in rigidity enabled by integrating the battery pack into the structure itself. The model will boast 141,200 sender-receiver relations with more than 1,000 functions and 25,000 sub-functions. Along with these features, the car’s low drag coefficient which is as low as 0.25 makes the car the most aerodynamic car from the brand.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ Director of Engineering, Dr. Mihiar Ayoubi said, “Spectre unlocks the extraordinary potential of integrating a fully electric powertrain into our Architecture of Luxury platform. From this engineering starting point, our testing and refinement processes combine empirical data and human experience, intuition and insights acquired over more than a century to refine the motor car’s driving dynamics and character. In coordinating this orchestra of systems with precisely defined responses to driver inputs and road conditions, made possible by the latest software and hardware developments, Spectre delivers the Rolls-Royce experience in exceptionally high definition.”

The car brand is all set to go all electric by the year 2030 and the deliveries of its all electric Spectre are expected to begin next year.