Every Rolls-Royce motor car is special, but this particular one is a dazzling display of the British car maker’s “Bespoke” program.
Like its other counterparts, the Dawn is an exquisite, free-compromise automobile, according to Rolls at least, who like to call it “the world’s only true modern four-seater super-luxury drophead.”
It might be reminiscent of the Ghost and Wraith, but 80 percent of the Dawn’s body panels are unique, and this example’s striking blue exterior beautifully complements each and every one.
The Dawn sets itself apart from the competition with the roof, which is said to deliver the silence of a Wraith when up, making it the quietest convertible car in the world today (again, according to Rolls-Royce). Unsurprisingly, since every inch of the car was crafted with extreme attention to detail.
Take this one, for example, with its book-matched open-pore veneers on the roof housing deck. Its black-painted calipers and body-coloured wheel centers prove that no detail is too small when it comes to the Bespoke division.
And then there’s the interior. Some might consider it a little hard on the eye, but the Mandarin palette provides a bold and enticing contrast to the Bespoke blue exterior, especially the two-tone steering wheel and Bespoke Rosewood fascia.
The Spirit of Ecstasy is gold-plated and lit from below, in order to match the vehicle’s exclusivity.