- Rolls-Royce's first-ever electric model will arrive soon and will be called Silent Shadow
- This became known after BMW filed a patent for the name which it submitted to the German Patent and Trademark Office
- There is a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow model which was produced from 1965 to 1980
- The Silent Shadow will be an appropriate way to honour Rolls-Royce's past
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The Rolls-Royce Ghost has been completely redesigned for the 2021 model year and it will offer new levels of sophisticated luxury and advanced technology.
CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos said the world should be expecting Rolls-Royce's first electric model soon, Car Buzz reports.
Briefly.co.za gathers that a new trademark filing has possibly revealed the name of the ultra-luxury EV.
A patent has been filed by BMW for the name Silent Shadow. It was submitted to the German Patent and Trademark Office.
Recall that from 1965 to 1980, Rolls-Royce produced a model called Silver Shadow. The Silent Shadow is obviously a reference to the Silver Shadow and it will be an appropriate way to honour Rolls-Royce's past while embracing the electric future.
In other news, while cars could be considered a basic need for some as a tool of mobility, they are luxuries to other people who think they are accessories of wealth.
According to Digital Trends, there are only 10 most expensive cars in the world as far as 2020 is concerned.
On that list, Bugatti La Voiture Noire tops all with a big price tag of $19 million. As popular as Rolls-Royce is among the rich, you would think it would knock off Bugatti.
Rather, it came second place with Sweptail model which currently sells for $13 million, a whopping $5 million cheaper than Bugatti.
Different models of Bugatti cars dominate the list as the brand occupies the third, fifth, and 10th position.
Meanwhile, a young woman, Seluleko Qwabe, called on Mzansi for help to pay her tuition fees. On Thursday, Qwabe detailed how she might be financially excluded from continuing her medicine studies at Wits because of the money they owe the higher education institution.
She shared a photo of herself and another one of her family on Twitter. Qwabe made a desperate plea to anyone who is willing to help, even if they only donated R10 towards the R132 000 she owes.
South Africans have showed the future doctor tremendous support by not only donating the money she needs but by sharing her story and raising awareness for her cause.
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