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Rolls-Royce Dawn In-Depth Review Delivers All

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The new 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn is not yet “out there” enough for motoring journalists to deliver a verdict on what it’s like. But SaabKyle has somehow managed to secure some seat time in the latest Roller and film it inside and out for another one of his fun and educational in-depth reviews.

And as for that “what it’s like” question, well, Rolls-Royce Dawn is a drop-top version of the Wraith. How do you think it is? It is bloody good.

Video by SaabKyle

Rolls-Royce Dawn might be an open-top Wraith, but the twin-turbo 6.6-litre V12 powertrain in this model develops 563bhp and 780Nm or 575 lb ft of torque. So it’s a bit slower than the hardtop, but no slouch. The suspension in the Dawn is also configured more for a supple ride than the dynamism that is the hallmark of the Wraith. The Dawn is overall softer and cushier. It even comes with a bespoke audio system that delivers the best performance with the roof up or down. As for the interior, since each one of these is bespoke to the individual who orders it, it is pointless counting the highlights.

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