Rolls Royce Dawn Wiki

Rolls Royce Dawn Main Details

Launched: 2016Engine: V12
Power: 563 bhp or 420 kW or 570 PS @ 5,250 rpmTorque: 820 NM or 605 lb ft @ 1,500 rpm
Top Speed: 250 kmh/155 mph0-62 mph (0-100 kmh): 4.9 s
Replaces: TBCDid you know: TBC


Built on the same platform as the Wraith. Rolls-Royce made headlines by claiming that the Dawn is the “sexiest Rolls-Royce ever.” A wonderful characteristic in a car designed to put the occupants of the car on display for everyone to see. This is the Rolls-Royce for the wealthy socialiser; those who want to use their car to attract attention rather than to hide from the curious onlookers any car with the Spirit of Ecstasy on the bonnet is bound to attract.

With 563 bhp and 605 lb-ft of torque, the 6.6-litre, twin-turbo V12 moves the 2,560-kg car with adequate haste, although it will never feel rushed. And that’s by design – the engine is programmed to ensure that the car stays free of uncouth motions that might possibly cause discomfort. The Dawn’s suspension is not a carryover, it was designed specially for the convertible. Active anti-roll bars keep body motions in check, imparting a certain amount of sportiness to the Dawn that is often missing in Rolls-Royces. You would be mistaken in thinking that this means the double R brand has lost its way, though; the Dawn was still engineered with comfort as the first, second, and third priority. No surprise, then, when you learn that the back seats are wonderfully spacious, unlike in just about any other convertible 4-seater on the market.

Rolls-Royce will of course customize the Dawn to fit just about anyone’s taste, with a virtually unlimited array of optional colours and materials on offer. Heck, they will even name a custom paint colour after you, as they have recently done for one of their returning customers. Two optional trims are also available for an even special-er experience: The Aero Cowling, which uses a tonneau cover to turn the Dawn into a 2-seater, and then the Black Badge, which uses a more powerful engine and high-performance bits like carbon-composite wheels to enhance the driving experience.

So, it’s clear then that Rolls-Royce has designed the Dawn to attract a younger, more vibrant customer base than those who normally shop for their big, sedate offerings. But while the Dawn seems to accomplish that goal, it wisely sticks to the Rolls-Royce values of big, heavy, comfortable cruisers rather than trying to be something else entirely.

Rolls Royce Dawn Wiki – Technical Specification

0-100 km/h4.9 s
0 -200 km/hTBC
Max. speed250 kmh/155 mph
Overall displacementTBC
Max. power output*563 bhp (420 kW; 571 PS) at 5,250 rpm
Max. torque*820 N⋅m (605 lb⋅ft) at 1,500 rpm
Length5,296 mm (208.5 in)
Width1,947 mm (76.7 in)
Height1,502 mm (59.1 in)
Dry weight**TBC

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