Rolls Royce Dawn – The Mehran Collection 1 of 1

Technical Details

Model Year



434 KMs


Red | Silver


Black | Red


6.6L V12


563 Hp


Another incredible achievement from Rolls. The Dawn is immeasurably fine.

It’s named after the ultra-rare 1950s Silver Dawn and fills a newly emerging gap in Rolls’ portfolio: the Phantom Drophead Coupe is winding down and won’t be replaced until 2018.

It’s more than just a Wraith soft-top too. 80 per cent of the body panels are unique and even the tyres are bespoke. It’s not for shrinking violets and is a jaw-dropping thing to behold in the flesh.

It’s claimed to be the world’s stiffest four-seater convertible, and certainly feels very un-tremulous. It’s wider but shorter than the Ghost, with a lower centre of gravity, and has reworked suspension with active anti-roll bars.

The engine is the same silken twin-turbo 6.6-litre 563bhp V12 the Ghost uses: the feeling of gathering momentum is similar to the one you experience in an Airbus A380 on take-off, yet the Power Reserve dial is a reminder you’re using only six or seven per cent of what’s available. It’s also stunningly refined.

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