The Dawn is a drop-top Wraith
The rear track is slightly wider than the Ghost’s, while the wheelbase is 180mm shorter
The quietest convertible car in the world today. The mechanism can be operated “in total silence” in 22 seconds at up to 50 km/h, or about 31mph
In the cabin, the Dawn is equipped with all the accoutrements you might expect of an ultra-luxury vehicle with access to BMW’s parts bin, including a touchpad with character recognition for text entry into the navigation system (basically a really beautiful iDrive controller), heads-up display, and dynamic cruise control.
The Dawn’s first model year is already sold out, so you can definitely expect to see a few on the road when deliveries start early next year.
Engine: 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V12 Petrol, Maximum Power: 563 hp, 0-100kmph: 4.9 seconds
Satellite Aided Transmission- The transmission is satellite aided which uses GPS to spot terrain changes like hills and chooses which of its eight gears is best suited to the job at hand.
In most convertibles, the backseat is comfortable if you’re a child. But Rolls Royce made the Dawn as a soft top resulting in making the car a four full seater. The Dawn offers the same 36.9 inches of rear leg room available in the Wraith.