Rolls Royce’s latest drophead convertible runs on a twin turbo 6.6-litre V12 which generates 563-horsepower. The online unveil of Rolls Royce Dawn earlier today focuses on a midnight sapphire blue exterior and mandarin orange interior. With Rolls Royce being big on bespoke, future Dawn’s that roll out in 2016 are bound to be as personalised as a buyer prefers.
The sexiest Rolls-Royce ever built, sets expectations like no Rolls-Royce before it. A brand new day beckons a befitting open-top Dawn that exudes super-luxury motoring. It’s a super-luxury drophead motor car that promises an extra ordinary journey each new day.
Dawn comes from a place of passion with it’s fair share of proposed awakening of the senses at day break. An innuendo can be interpreted. This beautifully packaged Spirit of Ecstasy offering looks to get young globetrotters behind the wheel. The fabric roof changes form in 22 seconds. The second all new convertible will be shown at Frankfurt Car Show next week.
There’s nothing discreet about it. It’s fashionably prominent, and that’s without personal preferences playing a role just as yet. The open-pore wood deck in the rear remains a standard and ends in a cascading waterfall design between the rear seats.
So, yes if you’re rich and wouldn’t mind something to show for it, here’s a car that values you as Rolls Royce clientele.