Rolls-Royce Dawn by Mansory

Rolls-Royce Dawn by Mansory

It’s Friday, and the colder temperatures warn us that the time for fun in the sun is coming to an end. Before that happens, I’m thinking that a ride in this customized Rolls-Royce Dawn might be good idea for this weekend. Mansory’s bold, extrovert style, is part of the experience, and I’m sure no one is upset about that. The tuning company version shows off various sporty elements without damaging the stylish overall vibe of the Dawn. Please note the fresh front spoiler, with larger air intakes and perfectly integrated LED daytime running lights. Also worth mentioning are the carbon fiber bonnet, front lip and radiator housing.

Rolls-Royce Dawn by Mansory

The cabriolet’s flanks and rear was also redesigned, with Mansory’s own side skirts sculptured to silence the airflow at the sides, giving it a lower and sleeker look in the process. Furthermore, in order to reduce the lift on the rear axle, the designers have fitted a spoiler lip to the Dawn’s original boot lid; Mansory says is an elegant solution, but some might argue that the vehicle’s already graceful design didn’t require a sporty treatment. There’s also more power to talk about, with the luxury vehicle’s twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 now developing 740 PS (730 HP) and 1000 Nm of torque, resulting in a top speed of 285 km/h (177 mph). Enjoy!

Rolls-Royce Dawn by Mansory

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