Converting a classic Rolls-Royce to electric power makes perfect sense. Why? Because a Rolls-Royce is supposed to be luxurious, smooth, and above all else – quiet. A vehicle designed to iron out imperfections in the road before the vibrations reach your spine and sail over miles without being disturbed by the outside’s roar. It’s no wonder Lunaz picked the 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V as its latest vehicle for electric-conversion.
Lunaz uses a whopping 120 kWh electric battery to power the EV Phantom V. Only 30 electric Rolls-Royce Phantom V will be commissioned and built. However, if you own a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud (1955-1956), Lunaz can convert it into electric power. Once you’ve secured a built-slot, the process will directly involve working with Lunaz to tailor the vehicle to your taste and preferences. All this comes at a premium, but what you end up with is an old-money chariot with new-money tech. A vintage car that’ll humble any Tesla you park next to at a charging station. With a Lunaz Rolls-Royce Phantom V, you’ll never again have to ask the butler to look underneath and inspect for signs of oil leaks.