Lunaz is now offering electric Silver Clouds as well, starting from £350,000, and available as Series I, II and III models in a range of body styles, including four-door limousine, two-door coupe and drop head coupe. The Clouds get an 80kW/h battery. The firm says all its electric Rolls-Royces will be available in every global market.
“Together with our clients we work to create relevant expressions of the most significant cars in history,” says David Lorenz. “I am proud to give new purpose to some of the most beautiful objects ever created.”
Carmakers including Jaguar and Aston Martin have offered heritage models re-engineered with electric powertrains, and specialist firms offer zero-emissions conversions of everything from the Volkswagen Beetle to the Range Rover. But some in the classic world regard the conversions as sacrilegious.
That doesn’t appear to be holding Lunaz back. It says there has been a surge in demand for the electrification of pinnacle classic cars and it is now doubling its workforce at its Silverstone base.