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A Rolls‑Royce like no other

Edward Green |
Although the model name Dawn stretches back to the 1950s, it is as striking as it can be, with all charisma that belongs to Rolls‑Royce name.

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Dawn’s alluring presence is unmistakable, right from the very first encounter. Striking and assertive, its charm and charisma draw you in. With the top up, the mood is powerful. With one touch, its sensuous appeal is unveiled: the roof silently folds away, revealing a seductive interior. The average age of a Rolls owner is in their mid-40s, a surprising number for the brand what once was a brand of choice of older gentlemen. And the company did its best to create a model worth the tradition but still young and exciting.

So, what this noble auto has to offer fo $300,000? A peerlessly appointed four-seat convertible powered by Rolls' 6.6-liter, twin-turbo V-12 engine, giving 563 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque. Classic design principles are coupled with the latest technology. Dawn’s dynamic angles and sleek surface create an elegant impression. The contemporary interior is crafted in anticipation of unforgettable moments between friends: a true four-seater, Dawn is an experience designed to be shared.

Dawn’s silhouette is characterised by a bold optimism, always poised and ready to go. Slender roof proportions and a strong, sweeping shoulder line give a sensuous yet contemporary look. A powerful front end points towards new frontiers, creating a vision of dynamism and progress, even when stationary. Four individual seats offer matchless comfort and an elegant, energetic aesthetic. Discover an exceptional space, tailored for the ultimate passenger experience.

Leather creates a soft line, fusing inside and out. The interior is also a destination in itself. Crafted from wood and leather, the cabin is indulgent. Roof up or down, Dawn wraps its passengers in comfort, providing a cosseting private haven and uplifting spaciousness. The deck and rear are finished with handcrafted veneers that waterfall forward to meet the driver. Superior noise isolation, comparable to that enjoyed within a hardtop, lets you carry tranquillity with you.

Beneath Dawn’s sleek exterior sits a 6.6-litre V12 twin-turbo engine. One engineered to deliver a surge of seemingly infinite power that will awaken your senses. A sensation that’s heightened the very second the roof quietly opens. This is open-top driving as you’ve never experienced it before.


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