With a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $413,000 for the base model of the 2024 Rolls-Royce Spectre, most of us will never be able to afford one. That puts it in the middle of the brand’s price range, between the Cullinan SUV and the Phantom sedan.

All Spectres will have a 577-horsepower, 664-pound-foot electric-motor powertrain as standard equipment. Rolls-Royce claims that is sufficient to propel the 6559-pound coupe to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. We know you’re going to compare that number to the 2.1 seconds it took the Tesla Model S Plaid to reach 60 mph in our testing

While Rolls-Royce hasn’t confirmed the exact size of the Spectre’s battery, the company has estimated a range of 260 miles on a single charge. However, we expect that most Spectre buyers will have a charging system installed at their mansions so that they aren’t inconvenienced by having to wait in the parking lot of a Walmart like the rest of us.

Seating for four is available inside the Spectre on bucket seats in the first and second rows. The interior is just as luxurious as one would expect from Rolls-Royce, though they have added some special touches just for Spectre.