CNET have has a discussion with the CEO of Rolls-Royce about the future of the company. The company have been going from strength to strength recently and their partnership with BMW has led to them developing a selection of new models including the Wraith last year after the Ghost in 2009 and Phantom in 2003….
Full-Electric Drive Technology in Rolls Royce Phantom 102EX
One fabulous car visitors did not want to miss in 2011 Geneva Motor Show is Rolls Royce Phantom 102EX, a fully electric Phantom series manufactured by Rolls Royce. Everybody seemed to be fond of this car, mainly because it is an electric car; by that, it means the show was like a test for this British car manufacturer. Rolls Royce Phantom 102EX adapts full-electric technology, which means that it supplies the power from batteries.
Rolls Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös stated that Rolls Royce has successfully manufactured a car with battery electric power supply, which also adapts elegance and luxurious. Müller-Ötvös also mentioned that the Phantom 102EX is the first car in its class. Through Rolls Royce Phantom 102EX, he added, the company would begin researches, developments, and discovery in car electric technology.
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The new Rolls Royce’s electric car is adopting this discovery and research attempt, in which the words EX simply means Experimental Electric. Subsequent to the introduction of Rolls Royce Phantom 102EX, a new car with the same series (EE, to be precise) is planned to be introduced on 2011 world tour. Anyway, the Phantom 102EX will be tested mainly in United States, where the car is expected to present good performance, in a single charge and in bad weather.