Rolls-Royce has teamed up with students from The March Church of England Primary School to unveil the new March 2 Glory electric racer.

Rolls-Royce has teamed up with students from The March Church of England Primary School to unveil the new March 2 Glory electric racer.

Drawing inspiration from Sir Malcolm Campbell's record setting Bluebird, the March 2 Glory features a Maggiore Blue exterior with a faux aluminum hood and a hand-painted coachline.  The Spirit of Ecstasy figurine has also been replaced by a hand-veneered mascot which is lovely referred to as the "March Hare."  Other notable highlights include a tan leather seat, blue contrast stitching and lightweight body panels which were hand?moulded using "advanced techniques in the Rolls-Royce Surface Finish Center."

Rolls-Royce was tight-lipped about performance specifications but confirmed the March 2 Glory has an aluminum space-frame chassis and a twin 12V battery pack which enables the car to hit speeds up to 8 mph (12.8 km/h).

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Rolls-Royce unveils their March 2 Glory race car