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Not Dawn, the cashier at the grocery store in the rural areas where the only medium-rich shop for food. Dawn, four-seat convertible from Rolls-Royce. elegant proportions, 563-hp V12, waterfalls wood, available in any color imaginable. Color. I'm just babbling all day on it for a few roads were absolutely spectacular, and if I have profiled you correctly, you'll want one-perhaps more than one.
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The thing about Dawn is that it is a Rolls-Royce, but to drive.
"No driver is required." This is a hack line everyone ran out when alliteratively named Rolls-Royce Wraith was announced, prompting the legal action of the National Limousine Association.
Saying that it is a Rolls-Royce that you want to push the same as saying it's not a sports car, or even a rough rocket great Bentley made. No effort was made to make it feel light or obscene or dramatic. This is not a hot rod. It was not even built for performance within the meaning of the song-day words. It was built to make driving as easy to shoot a bad housekeeper.
If it can go from 0-60 in less than five seconds, it's for being the brand quickly through businesses. If you have a giant brakes, it's because they make it easier to avoid running over a man who had walked into the street. This has happened to my co-driver at the launch, and she was able to stop all 5,644 pounds of Dawn (and let's say 450 pounds of passengers) with ABS and tire chirp a bit of the most luxurious I have ever heard. (Avoid "The Bonfire of the Vanities" scenario is the very height of luxury.)
In the corners, the conversion consists, offers a lot of grip. Do not lean, or wallow, though you can feel the weight, and it's trying to tell you something like, "Do not be an idiot. This car handles, but there are four patches (large enough) contacts hold on damn near 6,000 pounds here."
Of course, this being a modern car, you really have to actively try suicide to force a serious misstep. But yes, when you turn, stop or speed, there is a sense of weight, coupled with the sense that you pretty much control their weight, for the pleasant effects. In keeping with the theme of effortlessness, the steering is very light, which is fine, although once you really get a shake, a little more steering feel would be entertaining-especially if you're driving right-drive and you're dumb American.
Oh, and the transmission of know when you're about to go up the hill, because the GPS system tips off. It's one of the things that worked well enough that you never realized. Between ZF eight-speed shift pretty much obvious and tricks GPS, you pretty much have to watch the tach-or, sorry, Power Backup dial-out when the shift.
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What do you think about the interior like? Quite good? Buddy, that's great. A few years ago, "Friday Night Lights" author Buzz Bissinger has admitted spending $ 638,412 on designer leather garments for a few years before. Sitting in Dawn, the privilege granted me by Rolls-Royce and a surprisingly large number of cattle that died with their hands, I kept thinking about Bissinger. What would he think of this interior? Running his hand along the center console, is Buzz transported to a higher plane of pure bliss? Fortunately, I managed to force that disturbing image out of my head, settle to the conclusion that any old Buzz would say, Dawn trimmed in the best skin I've ever seen. Rolls-Royce is known for it, after all.
For the most part, switchgear Dawn fit with the rest of the interior was very expensive. If I had to get really picky, I would say that the faster the temperature, while brilliantly easy to operate, just a little black plastic disc's feel conspicuous in such a nice interior. The same can be said for some piano black plastic buttons. They are not bad; they just feel a little out of place because otherwise uniform interior luxury. That said, I'm sure Rolls would be happy to get them out of solid gold for you without you having to ask them.
Dawn buyer, choice of interior finishes all but limited. But if you do not choose one of the options veneer lumber is very cold, it is likely that you book your Dawn really very thin. The panel that sits behind the rear seat like a shawl collar, then plunging like a waterfall between them, probably the coolest detail in a car that has a self-leveling logo on the hub.
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I actually remember sitting in all four seats and to drive with the top up and top down. Here's what I learned: top is six layers of fabric, stitched France. With the top raised, the interior is a good deal quieter than many hardtops sold
by luxury manufacturers mainstream. If you get a little self-conscious driving with stunning city poor Khayelitsha in Rolls-Royce, you may raise up to get out of the sun for a minute. top can be lowered again within 22 seconds, at speeds up to 31 mph, and virtually silent operation.
I also learned that if you had one too many glasses of scotch and prefer to be chauffeured home from the beach hut hyper-modern, the rear seat is more than comfortable you are under, say, 6 feet 4. I do and I, and it nice.
The Dawn can share with low bone BMW 7-Series, but from the standpoint of interior and exterior styling, he obtained one of the ultra-luxury or luxury hyper-tag that has been placed on it. With a price of around $ 340,000, it was definitely in a class by themselves as far as cost. But, as Rolls-Royce, Dawn is also built for the ultimate in comfort on the road. No silliness Nürburgring. Again, this is a big, heavy luxury car built for the project and the extreme wealth made the road trip as an attempt to think, well, whatever Rolls-Royce owners may choose to do. And it was all very good. Now, it's something that only you can get from Rolls-Royce.