Rolls-Royce Spectre Configurator Reveals Lots Of Colors And Even More Luxury

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You can get lost here for hours as you put your perfect Spectre together.

After a lengthy teaser campaign, we were finally given our first official look at the Rolls-Royce Spectre. As its first-ever electric car, this was a monumental reveal for the historic luxury car brand. In true Rolls-Royce fashion, the online configurator that has just dropped shows that you can make your Spectre as unique and spectacular as any one of its other cars.

From the exterior, there are two color palettes that you can choose from. The standard features shades such as Black Diamond, Salamanca Blue, and English White while the Commissioned Collection offers shades such as Chartreuse, Twilight Purple, Magma Red, and more. The primary shade is applied to the bulk of the body while contrast options consist of an upper two-tone, aero two-tone, and satin silver bonnet.

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Six 22- and 23-inch wheel options are available. Four of these designs are part-polished while the other two are fully polished. If you want to add a further element of contrast to the sides, you can opt for a shoulder or fender coachline and wheel center pinstripe. The iconic Spirit of Ecstacy is available as a standard or illuminated piece. Uplighting is only available for the standard piece. Lighting is also available for the grille as is a privacy tint for the door and rear windows.

The interior is where you can start to get creative with things. Three leather upholstery tiers consist of the primary, secondary, and tertiary with a veneer option. 20 shades are available to choose from including Phoenix Red, Grace White, Seashell, and Peony Pink. Adding further individuality, prospective owners have the option of applying the desired color, limited to the three tiers, to whichever part of the interior they desire. The seven veneer options for the doors and dashboard include Royal Walnut, Sindora, and Tudor Oak. Additional comfort is provided by the optional ventilated massage seats. The four seatbelt options consist of Slate, Navy Blue, Sandstone, and Grenadine.

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There are five fascia and door combinations; ambient light, starlight, canadel, and an illuminated dash combination for the starlight or canadel doors. You can opt for a standard clock or have it finished in Indulge, Technical, or Dynamic Bespoke. Your steering wheel spokes can be upholstered in black or the desired veneer option while 11 color options for the digital instrument cluster include Cupitre Red, Jade Green, and Lapis Blue.

As for the headliner, you can opt to have it with or without the Shooting Starlight display or contrasting colors for the pillars. Floor lambswool carpets and trunk lining are available in the same shades as the headlining palette. The commissioned coach umbrella and key fob will also bear the same color scheme as the interior to keep things consistent. The three treadplate designs consist of standard, polished stainless steel, and illuminated stainless steel.

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Of course, you don't have to limit yourself to just three shades of color for the interior. If there is a specific piece of the cabin that you want to have upholstered in something more vibrant, the option is available. We also can't tell you how much a final configuration may come to as pricing is only available upon request from a dealership.

If you don't feel confident in your own ability to put together a striking configuration or desire a look that is not catered for, you can always make use of the Rolls-Royce Bespoke facility, but bear in mind that this will cost several million dollars.

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