Rolls-Royce Spectre wearing sandals and socks is all over the internet.

Everyone can agree that some rides are best left stock, especially high-end rides like the Rolls-Royce Spectre. Does the wheel and tyre section of the modification list also fall under this?

Rolls-Royce Spectre

Obviously not, as this hack adds a stylish Rolls-Royce touch to any vehicle. Present on AGL’s set, the pictured luxury electric grand tourer retains its shiny chrome finish all over, including the commanding grille, wide window surrounds, rear and other parts.

The wheels are available in multiple sizes and are called AGL60. On a cursory check of the AG Luxury Wheels website, the most compact model is 19 inches, while the largest is 26 inches. For whatever reason, this set is not available in a 25-inch configuration. The alloys are available in a variety of finishes and profiles, including concave and standard.

Rolls-Royce Spectre

But how does this Rolls-Royce Spectre fare against the original model? Well, before we answer that question, let’s review its original wheels. The factory offers it four 23-inch offerings and one 22-inch set with different patterns and finishes. In our humble opinion, none look better than the AGL60s that are installed on the vehicle in the picture and seem to be bigger.

Although their larger size makes the automobile look a bit stiffer, it is unknown whether they have any effect on performance. Considering that it attracts even more attention when paired with aftermarket alloys, I think it’s a fair compromise for better appearance.

Rolls-Royce Spectre

Every time the driver puts the right pedal to the metal, the Rolls-Royce Spectre’s bi-motor arrangement produces 567 horsepower (575 ps/430 kW) without anyone tinkering with its electric drivetrain. With a combined torque output of 664 pound-feet (900 Nm) from the powertrain, this premium luxury GT can reach sixty miles per hour (97 kilometers per hour) in just 4.5 seconds.

Don’t you find that impressive? Then it’s obvious you haven’t heard how heavy it is. According to the Goodwood brand, the Spectre weighs close to three tons or about 6,600 pounds. Its battery pack can go up to 320 miles or 515 kilometers on a full charge.

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