Rolls-Royce is introducing a special limited run of bespoke Dawn convertibles in a model they call the Dawn Silver Bullet. The brand claims the vehicle harkens to the roadsters of the roaring twenties, a time of ‘decadence, frivolity, and heady heydays’.
Just fifty of these grand touring vehicles will be built and each features a newly commissioned ultra-metallic silver Bespoke paint finish. Other exterior adornments include dark detailing, including dark headlights and a new dark front bumper finisher. The wheels also match the look, receiving a partial polish, giving them a translucent shade finish. They also get a single silver pinstripe.
Perhaps the biggest design addition is an Aero Cowling. The piece covers the rear seats and includes a titanium finisher etched with the car’s name and silhouette.
The cabin gets a couple of bespoke touches, too, including carbon fiber trim and a quilted transmission tunnel with design cues taken from a leather jacket – which the brand claims is the ‘quintessentially rebellious fashion accessory’.
Rolls-Royce will also offer curated drives full of ‘epic road strips’ for new owners.