The limited-edition drop-top was photographed in one of the most scenic locations in the world.
Is there anything more decadent than the Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible? How about the Dawn Silver Bullet Collection, a limited edition version of the Dawn drop-top? Earlier this year, Rolls-Royce announced that this model, limited to just 50 examples globally, would be inspired by the roaring 1920s. Back then, we had nothing but a few sketches to go on, but now it's arrived in all its glory.
Photographed along the charming shores of Lake Garda in Italy, the ultra-metallic Brewster Silver paint is a throwback to cars like the Silver King, Silver Dawn, and the Silver Silence. It continues a proud tradition of special edition Rolls-Royces through the years.
The distinctive Aero Cowling with its vapor-blasted titanium finisher sets apart the Dawn Silver Bullet Collection, which the marque says transforms the gorgeous convertible into "an adaptable two-seat roadster."
A silver plaque on the door sill displays the Silver Bullet name and states that this is one of just 50 examples to be built in Goodwood, West Sussex.
This limited edition also has darkened headlights along with a dark front bumper finisher. Inside, Rolls-Royce's usual meticulous materials and second-to-none craftsmanship are on full display. For instance, the transmission tunnel has a quilted finish and the pictures show off a carbon fiber finish behind the seats.
The tan leather complements the silver paintwork beautifully, although Rolls-Royce chose not to reveal a clear look at the dashboard. No details were shared on the powertrain either, although the Silver Bullet is likely to share the regular Dawn's 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine which should unleash almost 600 horsepower in the most refined fashion imaginable.
With the standard Dawn beginning at over $350,000, the Silver Bullet should carry a price premium, not that this will be much of a concern for the discerning client shopping in this arena. The Dawn Silver Bullet has begun rolling off the production line.