Rolls-Royce is preparing to introduce Spectre, its first series production electric car. The big coupe is scheduled to make its online debut tomorrow (Tuesday, October 18) at 8am ET, and you can watch the live stream right here for all the details.

Official information on Specter remains scarce; Rolls-Royce has done a good job keeping the EV under wraps. Official spy shots a British publishing company in July 2022, the model is expected to have a futuristic look, but it will remain recognizable as a member of the Rolls-Royce lineup, and it will be the brand’s most aerodynamic car thanks to a drag coefficient of 0.25.

Inside will be Spectre basically standard Rolls-Royce fare. One exception is the digital dashboard.

Rolls-Royce said it had put the Specter through the most rigorous testing program ever for a new model; prototypes will have driven more than 1.5 million miles by the time deliveries begin. ​​​​​​While that may seem like a stretch, there’s plenty to check out: In addition to the battery-powered transmission, the Specter has “141,200 sender-receiver relationships and has over 1,000 functions and over 25,000 sub-functions,” according to companies. , and this will open up a new suspension system capable of disabling the roll bars.

Details such as power and range will be announced at launch. One figure we know is that the 59-inch-long doors are the longest units ever fitted to a production Rolls-Royce; in other words, they are almost as long as the Smart Fortwo is wide.

Tune in tomorrow to see Specter debut. Deliveries will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023, and pricing has not been announced, although Rolls-Royce buyers are not price-sensitive.