2017 Rolls-Royce Dawn Review, Price, Release date, Specs
2017 Rolls-Royce Dawn Review, Price, Release date, Specs At a closer view, the 2017 Rolls Royce Dawn looks like the Wraith with the exception of the retractable roof but the auto maker has denied the similarity claiming that the body is 80% new. The two door convertible has a length of 208.07 inches, 76.65 inches width and a height of 59.13 inches. It has a wheelbase of 122.51 inches. The convertible interior is graceful and highly stylish perhaps the best you can get in any convertible in the world right now. The new Dawn 2017 will accommodate 4 passengers though the automaker claims that in their world 2+2 does not equal to 4. It has a boot volume of between 244 and 295 liters. Under the hood of the new 2017 Rolls-Royce Dawn is a really powerful engine as you would of course expect from Rolls-Royce. The power-train is a 6.6-L V-12 unit similar to the one used by the Wraith. The unit produces 563 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque. Power is channeled to all wheels by a ZF- built 8-speed automatic transmission system. During the debut, Rolls-Royce didnt disclose the Dawns official price but from what the convertible packs, the price might start way over $ 250,000. Already dealers are taking orders and the first units will arrive at dealer showrooms in April next year.