Rolls-Royce deliver the very first Spectre EV in America to a client, Michael Fux who already has 15 Rolls-Royces.
The two-door, four-seat Coupé starts at around $420k, but Fux’s custom car will definitely cost more.
Fux already has more than 15 bespoke commissions and at least 12 named Bespoke colors that can only be used by Fux.
Electric Spectre joins Fux’s Fux Orange Cullinan, Fux Blue Candy Dawn and a Fux Green Jade Pearl Wraith.
The very first Spectre delivered in America has been handed over to Rolls-Royce’s long-time customer and avid car collector, Michael Fux, who ordered two of the bespoke Electric Coupes, with the second expected to arrive later in 2024.
Fux’s latest Rolls-Royce, finished in Tempest Gray exterior paint, was delivered to him in the ceremony held in Miami. The two-door, four-seat Coupé starts at around $420,000, but Fux’s custom car will definitely cost more, thanks to several options available to Rolls-Royce clients.
The battery-powered Rolls-Royce is designed to compete in the ultra-luxury EV market against the likes of Cadillac Celestiq. Its 102kWh lithium-ion battery, made using cobalt and Lithium, allows an estimated range of 530 kilometers (329 miles). per charge.
Fux already has more than 15 bespoke commissions with at least 12 named Bespoke colors that can only be used on cars owned by Fux. Some of his other named Bespoke colors include Fux Fuxia Pearl, Fux Fuxia, Fux Orange, Fux Purple Candy and Fux Red Candy.
The newly delivered Spectre is Fux’s third electric vehicle. “So now I have three electric cars,” Fux tells Motor1 during the delivery event in Miami. “I have this one, the Hummer, and I have a Tesla Plaid.”
The Rolls-Royce Spectre joins other bespoke commissions inside Fux’s ultra-luxury car garage, including an Fux Orange Cullinan, Fux Blue Candy Dawn and a Fux Green Jade Pearl Wraith.