For what reason would anyone not like a Rolls-Royce,any Rolls-Royce for that matter?Well, unless they just are the sneering type who don’t appreciate anything good under the sun!
The arrival of the Rolls-Royce Dawn was not only particularly special but also spectacular. Remember, this was the luxurious brand’s drop-top car in 50 years. How else could in not be a spectacle?
At a glance, the Dawn is a Rolls-Royce Wraith that has had its upper body cut off. It is luxurious just like a Rolls-Royce is made to be.
The Rolls-Royce Dawn carries a 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V12. Peak power drops from the Wraith’s 624 bhp at 5,600 rpm to 563 bhp at 5250-6000 rpm, while peak torque falls from 590 lb ft to 575 lb ft, both from 1500 rpm.
In the Rolls-Royce lineage, it is the Ghost that shares such figures. The satellite-aided ZF eight-speed automatic transmission remains and 0-62 mph is achieved within 4.9 sec.
The Dawn scales all the way to 155 mph limiter with sheer softness. This car is meant to dispense opulence and total lavishness. It does so without much struggle, both in the exterior and the interior.
One of its most impressive aspects is road handling which is not only swift but also done with great engineering precision. Agreeably, it is for a good reason that Rolls-Royce sits pretty as a leader in luxurious inventiveness.
Whatever the company gives us, we take it in unquestionably for it turns out to be awesome. The Dawn still underlines the brand’s specialty.
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