A few weeks ago, Rolls-Royce unveiled the all-new Ghost. And now, we have some interesint news about the future of the luxury British car company.

In an interview for Automotive News Europe, Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös, gave us a few hints about the new plans. According to Otvos, the first electric car developed by the Rolls-Royce will be out there in this decade.

Additionally, there are apparently no plans to build any sort of hybrid vehicle. As a result, for Rolls-Royce there is only one option: either all-in for internal combustion, either all-in for electric.

According to some rumors, the first electric vehicle developed by Rolls-Royce will use the same platform as the current models, and it is likely to replace the current Dawn or Wraith in Rolls-Royce portfolio.

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