Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös has revealed some new details about the company's future product lineup. Full coverage inside
Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös has revealed some new details about the company's future product lineup.
Speaking with Car and Driver, Müller-Ötvös said the 102EX concept won't be going into production. He said potential clients were impressed by the EV's acceleration, but thought the 200 km (124 miles) range and 20 hour recharging time were "not acceptable."
While he hinted a plug-in hybrid variant could eventually be offered, a Ghost coupe and convertible will likely be launched in the near term. This isn't terribly surprising since it follows the Phantom strategy of launching the standard sedan, a long-wheelbase sedan, a convertible and finally a coupe.
The CEO also dismissed an entry-level model and commented that he would have a "difficult time imagining an SUV for our brand."