The drop-top Dawn has been aerodynamically optimized with a clever new roof.
Rolls-Royce has given its Dawn drophead coupe a refresh of sorts to transform it from a four-seat tourer to an even more exclusive two-seat pleasure craft. But the best part is even current Dawn owners can transform their vehicles, too. Born from a recognition that a selection of its clientele may wish for a more stylish and practical solution to conventional convertible motoring, the Dawn Aero Cowling transforms the Dawn from a spacious and social four-seat coupe into an elegant two-seat drophead
Effectively a tonneau cover, the hand-made cowl is formed from carbon-fiber and aluminum and was precisely sculpted to funnel the air gracefully away from the passengers in order to enhance comfort. Behind the front seats, the cowling offers a pair of lockable and leather-lined storage compartments for personal effects. The deck of the cowl is swathed in Rolls-Royce's signature leather, which will match the interior of the car. The Dawn Aero Cowling show car for Geneva is finished in a Cassiopeia Silver exterior paint paired with 21-inch alloy wheels and a Casden Tan leather interior, complemented by Selby Grey piping, stitching, and black contrasting elements.
Rolls-Royce didn't specify prices for the new Dawn Aero Cowling, but considering the materials used in its construction, used for the cover, don't expect this to be an inexpensive addition.