Rolls-Royce Dawn Walk Around In Detail New Rolls-Royce Wraith Cabrio 2016 CARJAM TV HD 2016

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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 Rolls-Royce Dawn rear wheels, accommodating a wider track. A tapered ‘wake channel’ on the Rolls-Royce Dawn bonnet, emanating from the Spirit of Ecstasy’s wings, evokes the sight of a jet’s vapour trail, hinting at the Rolls-Royce Dawn’s dynamism. With its high shoulder line, massive C-pillar and horizontally narrow side window aperture, when Rolls-Royce Dawn is 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 Rolls-Royce Dawn feel focused, even when standing still. The Rolls-Royce Dawn grille design helps accelerate the tension of the car towards the rear shoulders, again emphasising the unique elegance of Dawn.

The Rolls-Royce Dawn grille and bumper focus attention on the horizontal lines of the car rather than the traditional vertical lines of the other members of the Rolls-Royce family. The bumper now incorporates the Rolls-Royce Dawn number plate surround and a new focused lower air dam. The mesh in the lower valance is recessed and black in colour, helping create a sense of depth which supplements the depth in the Rolls-Royce grille. Also, chrome ‘blades’ act to plant the Rolls-Royce Dawn while also complementing the horizontal lines and accelerating the flow of the eye around the car thus increasing the impression of power and width.
When viewing the Rolls-Royce Dawn in side profile, one’s eye is instantly drawn to the elegant profile of the car. The Rolls-Royce Dawn soft top shape is completely harmonious and homogenous without the ugly concave areas or sharp struts seen in other manufacturers’ soft tops. In addition, new 21” polished and 21’’ and 20” painted Rolls-Royce Dawn wheels ensure Dawn remains a perfectly executed, contemporary expression of Rolls-Royce luxury.

The Rolls-Royce Dawn rear end of the car, having swelled over the feminine ‘hips’ of Dawn, tapers in towards the rear, echoing the elegant design of early ‘boat tail’ Rolls-Royce drophead coupés and indeed the beautiful motor launches of the early 20th Century that inspired them.

The silent lowering of the Rolls-Royce Dawn soft top transforms the Rolls-Royce Dawn, delivering a true Dawn moment. In hero specification of Midnight Sapphire exterior and Mandarin leather interior, night becomes day as rays of sunshine burst forth, bringing the inside out, joining this social space with the wider world of possibilities.

Rolls-Royce Dawn Roof down, the sexiness of the Rolls-Royce Dawn is even more apparent. From the side the steep rake of the windscreen, the swage line that flows over the rear haunches plus the high beltline that rises along the profile give the impression of effortless swiftness. The very same rising beltline wraps around the Rolls-Royce Dawn rear passenger cabin akin to the collar of a jacket pulled up to protect the neck.

The stainless steel waist line finisher that wraps around the cabin encompasses the deck that covers the Rolls-Royce Dawn soft top when stowed, and integrates the high-level brake light. This beautiful metal feature works in harmony with the stainless steel door handles, polished wheels, visible Rolls-Royce Dawn exhausts and front and rear bumper jewellery, to create a priceless look and feel.

The deck itself is an amazing work of modern craftsmanship. Clothed in open-pore Canadel panelling that traces the horse-shoe shape of the rear cabin, it demonstrates the great advances that the craftspeople in the Woodshop at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood have made in wood crafting technology and techniques.

The Rolls-Royce Dawn wood on the deck, chosen by the customer to suit their individual taste, flows down the ‘Waterfall’ between the rear seats, and around the Rolls-Royce Dawn cabin clothing the interior door panels and enticing the owner to enter Rolls-Royce Dawn.
Rolls-Royce Dawn Walk Around In Detail New Rolls-Royce Wraith Cabrio 2016 CARJAM TV HD 2016
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