German tuners from Spofec studio finalized the Rolls-Royce Dawn, increasing its motor performance, and changing the design of the exterior. The movement of the Rolls-Royce Dawn brings 6.6-liter V12 engine with two turbines. In the original model of the engine power up to 570 hp and 780 Nm, but the tuners managed to increase the unit returns to 686 “horses” and 980 Nm of torque. As a result of this convertible is able to exchange the first hundred after 4.6 seconds from the start, which is 0.3 seconds. faster initial model. As for the top speed, it still is electronically limited to 250 km/h. Among other technical improvements Rolls-Royce Dawn of Spofec noteworthy is a new stainless steel exhaust system, which turned out to be 5 kg lighter than the standard. Also installed on the car tuners carbon-ceramic brakes, resulting in revised their gig was on 38 kg lighter than the standard. As for appearance, for the Rolls-Royce Dawn in the studio prepared other front and rear … [Read more...] about Tuning Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible of Spofec studio
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Quite simply, it is the sexiest Rolls-Royce ever built. The name ‘Dawn’ perfectly suggests the fresh opportunities that every new day holds – an awakening, an opening up of one’s senses and a burst of sunshine. In its tentative, inchoate, anticipatory state, dawn is the world coming to light from the ethereal dark of the night. The early-day chill of dawn provides an erotic tingle on the skin, awakening the senses and passions as the day begins. Like Eleanor Thornton, thought by many to be the inspiration behind the Spirit of Ecstasy, the Rolls-Royce Dawn will itself prove to be the muse that leads its owner to believe that at the start of the day, anything is possible.” Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars INTRODUCTION “…Accept nothing nearly right or good enough.” Compromise is not a word recognised in the Rolls-Royce lexicon. Indeed the company continues to live by the clarion cry of co-founder Sir … [Read more...] about 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn @ Top Speed
At IAA, both Mercedes and Rolls-Royce tried to sway eccentric millionaires with their newest convertibles, the S-Class Cabrio and the all-new Dawn. Time to put them under the microscope and decide which one’s the best, courtesy of auto motor und sport. Driving “topless” still has a wide fan base and a lot of cars to choose from. But open-top driving is not always the same. Which cabrio is the new benchmark, the RR or the Merc? First, the cold figures: The S-Class Cabriolet brings is available in S63 AMG guise with 585 hp. The V8 Biturbo pressed 900 Nm on the asphalt and turned into seven gears up to the top speed of 250 km / h. The 2.1 tonnes weight seems to magically evaporate given the 3.9 seconds the S-Class needs to get from zero to one hundred. Questions about the fuel consumption are actually beyond the point. Nonetheless this is the official value: 10.4 liters per 100 kilometers. Rolls-Royce Dawn is a step ahead in therms of … [Read more...] about Can the S-Class Cabrio outsmart the Rolls-Royce Dawn?
CHICHESTER, England — The Dawn is the best-looking car by Rolls-Royce since the iconic British firm came under German ownership a dozen years ago. That’s our opinion, yes, but if reactions of the guests who were treated to a glimpse of a preproduction example of this elegant 2016 convertible at the Pebble Beach Concours in August are any indication, it’s a simple, objective fact as well.It has been more than eight decades since the rugged and reliable Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost was proclaimed by the automaker to be “The Best Car in the World.” Since those glorious days, there followed many splendid Rolls-Royces but also some truly dismal ones, notably in the Great Depression era. And when BMW and Volkswagen were ferociously vying to acquire the R-R and Bentley brands in 1998, almost any Japanese economy car was better engineered and certainly more reliable than the revered symbols of British imperial superiority. But what can you expect from a firm on the … [Read more...] about Rolls-Royce Dawn: In Depth with the Gorgeous New Convertible
Last year, Rolls-Royce built 3,362 cars in total from the Ghost, Wraith and Dawn range which is not a lot when you think about it making them rather rare to see. There will always be owners looking to make their elite ride stand out even more and one such owner has used his Dawn to make quite the statement. Manabu Goto is a Japanese exotic enthusiast and this white-on-white Dawn has not only been fitted with the outlandish Wald body kit but also been fitted with some oversized Forgiato Troppo-ECL modular alloys and slammed right to the ground. Related Posts Suzuki Jimny Gets More Beefy Look by Wald Jan 10, 2019 Mansory’s New Rolls-Royce Phantom Offers More Luxury… Nov 2, 2018 Even in these shots it looks like the huge wheels have been curbed a few times. There is no doubt that the ride quality has been hampered and will not be anywhere near as cloud-like as when it left the factory in Goodwood. After doing a little digging it … [Read more...] about Slammed Rolls-Royce Dawn Makes Quite The Statement