While the original motor was a one-off and produced 2,000 HP, Rolls-Royce maintains its refined nature and simply draws design cues from the Silver Bullet. As a result, the Dawn is painted in “Ultra-Metallic Brewster Silver” paint and comes fitted with a new interior aero cowling, finished in leather and vapor-blasted titanium.
The new design covers the rear two seats, now making the Dawn a drop-head two-seater and, subsequently, much more sporty in its approach. Inside you’ll find a cabin covered in open-pore carbon fiber and a center console lined in quilted leather, once again nodding to the sporty nature of cars from today and before, while new darkened accents on the headlights and a dark front bumper finisher round out the model.
Take a look at the Rolls-Royce Dawn Silver Bullet in the gallery above. The marque will only be producing 50 of these, and more information can be found out on the Rolls-Royce website.
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