Well known for world luxurious cars makes Rolls-Royce is making a revolutionary step. The automaker is making the first and fastest ACCEL electric Airplane. For a change, this time it’s not cars but making a flying start. Rolls-Royce ACCEL electric airplane is motivated plan that involves building an all-electric plane and sending it to over 300mph.

Rolls is keen to point out this is no publicity stunt. Its part of a Rolls-Royce initiative called ACCEL, accelerating the electrification of flight. That’s planned to pioneer a third wave of aviation in support of Rolls-Royce’s strategy to champion electrification.

Rolls-Royce ACCEL Electric Airplane

For Rolls-Royce, the third wave of aviation is not that easy. The company admits it will need to build something that’s light, sufficiently cooled, and extremely powerful to reach that 300 mph goal. So, the battery consists of 6,000 cells “packaged for maximum lightness and thermal protection”, along with a high-performance cooling system.

Coming to the power motors,  Rolls-Royce ACCEL electric airplane has three lightweight, high-powered 750R electric motors. These motors are made especially for the ACCEL and will deliver 200kW of power and 790Nm maximum torque to the all-electric 750 volt power-train.

The project manager for ACCEL Matheu Parr has said, “We are monitoring more than 20,000 data points per second, measuring battery voltage, temperature, and overall health of the powertrain, which is responsible for powering the propellers and generating thrust. We’ve already drawn a series of insights from the unique design and integration challenges.”

While talking about the present record for an all-electric plane, set by Siemens in 2017, is 210 mph. on the other hand, Parr and his team want to knock-out the records and wanted to create modern e-flight mark.