If you have the money to consider owning a Rolls, we doubt you're worried about gasoline, but that hasn't stopped the manufacturer from finally electrifying its Spirit of Ecstasy. Two years after teasing a fully-electric Phantom
, Rolls-Royce has built the car for real, a one-off prototype it's dubbed the 102EX, or Phantom Experimental Electric. You won't be able to buy one, though, no matter your estate, as rather than produce the vehicle Rolls is taking it on a world tour to gauge the reaction of the luxury automobile community. First stop: the Geneva Motor Show on March 1st, where the company will reveal the vehicle's full technical specs. While you wait, you're welcome to peruse the entirely unhelpful video teaser and modestly useful press release after the break.