Rolls Royce Dawn India entry commences as the British luxury brand launches it vehicle at a staggering price tag of Rs. 6.25 crores
Rolls Royce, the brand, which is synonym for making outrageously unique motorcars has finally decided to go modern while also retaining the 99.99% British feel and craftsmanship alive. To make sure that happens, the century old car manufacturer is on a roll to make cars that suit the youth more as they say the brand has new consumers which are in the age of 30-40 year old and not double those numbers of the past.
To make sure they meet the demands, all of this started by creating a new vehicle, which was more driver focused and yet focused on luxury, back space, comfort at the same time. The old name, Wraith was used and a brand new car with the help of the parent company BMW was born. Well, some might say the, Dawn, which just has been launched is the convertible version of the Wraith, but it isn’t’. Rolls Royce say that the car is bespoke, it has unique lines and character to make sure it distinguishes itself from everything, even stable mates.
The car looks terrific with signature front grille, a slightly different side profile and a very Rolls Royce and yet a modern rear-end. Interior screams of quality and there are endless options to choose from in every single manner. The Dawn, in true Rolls-Royce tradition, has a wooden deck at the back with materials. The material source isn’t ordinary and comes from the famous Canadian luxury furniture maker Canadel. The roof of the car can be folded in 22 seconds too. The roof system is unique and has been crafted in a way to keep NVH levels to a bare minimum.
The Rolls-Royce Dawn mechanically is the same as it continues to uses a 6.6-litre twin-turbocharged petrol engine that creates 563 BHP of power and 780 Nm of torque. This engine is mated to an 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox that has navigation system aligned to make sure car is always the right gear. Performance numbers are quite good as well. The Rolls-Royce Dawn can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/hr in a quick 4.9 seconds. We wish Rolls Royce the best of luck to sell this Rs. 6.25 crore piece of hand made luxury.