Rolls-Royce Dawn INTERIOR New Rolls-Royce Wraith Cabrio 2016 CARJAM TV HD 2016

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Rolls-Royce Dawn Interior design

Once again Rolls-Royce’s unique coach doors come into their own in a drophead format; Rolls-Royce Dawn. The Rolls-Royce Dawn coach doors are impressive and graceful. The doors complement the long front wings and relaxed waft line, creating a long body profile and a cosseted cabin.

Evocative of the classic sports car profile, they add considerably to the easy entry and egress of rear passengers from Rolls-Royce Dawn’s luxurious embrace. The Rolls-Royce Dawn rear passengers do not merely ‘get out’ of a Rolls-Royce Dawn, but rather stand and disembark as if from a Riva motor launch onto a glamorous private jetty in Monaco or on Lake Como.

Of course as one would expect of a Rolls-Royce, the Rolls-Royce Dawn coach doors also serve a more fundamental purpose than simply a means of access.

The first impression upon entering Rolls-Royce Dawn is of the four separate bucket seats set in the midst of a sumptuous and sartorial slingshot of wood and leather. The Rolls-Royce Dawn slingshot concept runs from the driver’s A-post towards the rear of the Rolls-Royce Dawn, around the Rolls-Royce Dawn rear seats before returning to the passenger A-Pillar.

The slingshot form is reminiscent of a barchetta, pulled back, poised and ready to launch the occupants of the car to the horizon, even whilst stationary. This Rolls-Royce Dawn design complements the accelerated tension seen in the exterior of the Rolls-Royce Dawn. The Rolls-Royce Dawn interior complements the exterior, a place of opulence, security and presence.
The Rolls-Royce Dawn offers four very individual, cosseting seats. The Rolls-Royce Dawn is a full four seater and so there is no compromise in comfort wherever you sit. The Rolls-Royce Dawn seats have been designed to help emphasise the energetic, yet elegant intent and sense of purpose of the car, complemented by an intersecting full length centre console. The Rolls-Royce Dawn upper seat back houses the seat belt harness, which together with the pillarless bodywork enhances and emphasises the slingshot of wood or leather with no breaks in the flow-lines. The Rolls-Royce Dawn wood on the surfaces of the trays are also book-matched down the centre console in a chevron pattern pointing forward providing an accelerated feel.

The Rolls-Royce Dawn instrument dials have also undergone subtle enhancements with individually applied polished metal chaplets around the dials evoking the precision design of hand-made, luxury wrist watches, whilst the matt chrome centres ‘float’ in the middle of each instrument. In addition, a new Rolls-Royce Dawn clock design featuring the new motor car’s name has been introduced.

Rolls-Royce Dawn ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

The Silent Ballet

Without question, the engineering highlight of the new Rolls-Royce Dawn is the new roof. To be a true Rolls-Royce, Rolls-Royce Dawn had to deliver the hushed driving experience associated with all Rolls-Royces. At the same time the only choice for a Rolls-Royce was a fabric roof for reasons of aesthetics, romance and brand appropriateness. There is nothing more romantic than driving a Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible in the rain at night and hearing the drops pattering on the roof. In conversation with its customers, Rolls-Royce realised that they felt the same way.
Like an athlete, Rolls-Royce Dawn appears poised, taught and ready to go. The latent acceleration and tension in the surfaces are increased through completely new panels which evince curvature that creates a tighter surface and a more powerful silhouette which hints at what lies beneath.

Rolls-Royce Dawn’s powerful and striking front end gives it a sensuous yet edgy, almost masculine look whilst the bold sweeping shoulder line becomes more sensuous as it flows over the swell of the rear wheels, accommodating a wider track. A tapered ‘wake channel’ on the bonnet, emanating from the Spirit of Ecstasy’s wings, evokes the sight of a jet’s vapour trail, hinting at the car’s dynamism. With its high shoulder line, massive C-pillar and horizontally narrow side window aperture, when viewed from side-on and roof up, the car looks akin to a low-slung ‘hot rod’.

At the front, the Rolls-Royce Dawn grille is recessed by approximately 45mm whilst the lower front bumper has been extended 53mm compared to Wraith. This has been done to focus the eye on the jet air intake face and to make the car feel focused, even when standing still.
Rolls-Royce Dawn INTERIOR New Rolls-Royce Wraith Cabrio 2016 CARJAM TV HD 2016
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