Take a look at the world’s first electric classic Rolls-Royce! 1 of 8 Lunaz, a young British firm that specialises in restoring and electrifying significant classic cars has announced that it is building the world’s only electrified Rolls-Royce cars.Image Credit: Supplied 2 of 8 The company, which has already electrified and restored classic Jaguars and Bentleys, has completed reengineering work on a 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom V.Image Credit: Supplied 3 of 8 The process includes ground-up restoration and the incorporation of a proprietary electric powertrain and full suite of hardware and software upgrades. Production allocation for the first batch of electric Rolls-Royce cars will be strictly limited to 30.Image Credit: Supplied 4 of 8 The 1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom by Lunaz is built in eight-seat configuration with a front bench for three occupants, rear bench for a further three and two occasional seats.Image Credit: Supplied 5 of 8 Lunaz points out that only the best available materials have been used in these cars, in keeping with the stature of the brand and models. For example, rear floormats have been custom made in alpaca wool, a material that is said to be rarer than cashmere, softer than lambswool and is considered highly sustainable.Image Credit: Supplied 6 of 8 Orders are already being taken from Lunaz’s existing client base and certain “influential” institutions in the world. Following demand for electrified Phantoms, Lunaz is also going to build Rolls-Royce Silver Clouds with an electric powertrain.Image Credit: Supplied 7 of 8 Lunaz says conversion to electric ensures these significant historic cars remain a relevant proposition even amidst changing sensibilities and legislative climates, particularly in major global cities.Image Credit: Supplied 8 of 8 These electric Rolls-Royces will be available in every global market. Allocation can only be secured through direct relationship with the factory. Prices for a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud by Lunaz starts at £350,000, while the Rolls-Royce Phantom by Lunaz starts at £500,000 (both not including local taxes).Image Credit: Supplied Comments Previous Article Health guidelines must be followed during Ashoora, says Northern Governor Next Article Bahrain Waste: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle… Rejected?