Mansory has introduced its version of the Rolls-Royce Dawn to the world.
Known for tuning some of the world’s most luxurious models, Mansory has added its own twist to Rolls-Royce’s latest creation, the convertible four-seat Dawn. Up front is a newly designed spoiler that features larger air intakes and integrated LED daytime running lights, while the visible use of carbon fiber gives the Dawn a sportier appearance. The side skirts have been sculptured to give the luxury convertible a lower and sleeker look while a lip spoiler has been added to the Dawn’s trunk to help reduce lift on the rear axle.
On all four corners are massive 22-inch wheels paired to Vredestein rubber sized 265/35/22 in the front and 295/30/22 in the rear.
What’s more exciting is how much performance has been improved with the factory 6.6-liter V12 engine tweaked to provide 740 horsepower, a substantial increase from the factory’s output of 563 hp. Torque output has also jumped from 585 pound-feet of torque to 738 lb-ft. According to Mansory, that allows its version of the Rolls-Royce Dawn to go from zero to 62 mph in just 4.5 seconds, while its maximum speed is now 177 mph.
Inside, quality materials can be found throughout with brushed aluminum, carbon fiber, burl wood or highly-polished piano lacquer surfaces gleaming in the cockpit. Like most bespoke tuning programs, the customer has plenty of options to choose from when it comes to personalizing the interior, and Mansory never disappoints.
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