Rolls Royce has recently pulled off veils from the latest 4 seater convertible called the Dawn. It is inspired from the age old Silver Dawn drophead model that dates back to 1952. Like all other luxury cars in its family, the ratio of wheel height to body height is 2:1. Besides, this supercar will be flaunting all its signature styling elements like a long bonnet accompanied by a short front, tapering graphic at the rear end and a high shoulder line. As per the automaker, 80% of the body of this soft top Dawn has been re-designed.
Moving inside, the spacious cabin flaunts elegantly designed seats covered in hand stitched Mandarin leather. Even when the top is folded, there is enough space for the occupants at the rear. The deck has been furnished in open pore wood at portions around the back seats and center console. There is a 10.25 inch high-definition screen for the multimedia system which provides navigation facility. Further, the Rolls Royce audio system is also fitted in the coupe with 16 speakers.
The automaker claims that Dawn is the quietest convertibles ever as of now, which utilizes French seam that prevents the air flow above its roof from making noise, when the top is down. The roof can be opened in just 22 seconds, while it is being driven at the speed of up to 50 km/h. Loaded with numerous comfort features, this luxury car has got an irresistibly mesmerizing charm.
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