Rolls Royce is the prime definition of luxury. It is the epitome of how close an automobile manufacturer can get to perfection regarding the level of comfort, luxury and exclusivity that can be offered to a customer. They are the proof of how extreme attention to detail and maintenance of company heritage can elevate you above the competition. These qualities are clearly evident in the new Rolls Royce Dawn.
The model adeptly shows the direction that Rolls Royce is taking, referring to “Dawn” of a new beginning. The Dawn is a new addition to the Rolls Royce lineup drawing inspiration from the Silver Dawn that was developed in 1952. The new drophead has been designed with a complete ideology of bespoke characteristics in mind. The car has been designed to cater for four adults with the equal luxury and comfort.
The exterior of the car has a striking yet elegance appearance reminiscent of the Ghost sedan. The use of lines and curves have created a unique aesthetic appeal for the Dawn, the car feels and looks poised to handle whatever the situation dictates. A tapered ‘wake channel’ on the bonnet, emanating from the Spirit of Ecstasy’s wings, evokes the sight of a jet’s vapor trail, hinting at the car’s dynamism. The car looks absolutely stunning regardless if the top is up or down.
In tune with the advancements in technology, Rolls Royce has ensured that there is no compromise with the engineering aspect of the car. Rolls Royce are infamous for their sublime ride quality, hence the car was driven thousands of miles in order to pinpoint any potential problems. The result, the Dawn has one of the stiffest chassis currently available for a 4-seater open top convertible. The chassis is aided with newly designed air springs and active roll bars, creating the perfect driving experience.
The engine that powers the Dawn is a refined beast to say at best. The power unit under the hood is a 6.6-liter V12. The power and torque figures for the new Dawn are 563 horsepower and 575 pound-feet respectively. This power is mated to a sophisticated Satellite Aided Transmission which utilizes GPS data from the car and analyzes the road and driving condition and automatically sets the gearbox to adapt to the road surface and driving style. Couple this technology with a 0-60mph performance time of 4.9 seconds, this is one serious car.
The new Rolls Royce Dawn has set a clear example of what can be accomplished if the correct direction and passion is present.[/vc_column_text][gap size=”10px” id=”” class=”” style=””][text_output]