Why is the Rolls-Royce Dawn the perfect luxury summer car?

December 9, 2016 10:09 am | sunshineautomotive.com.au

There's nothing like a Rolls-Royce. There's also nothing like driving around in a fun convertible, soaking up the summer sun. When you can combine both of these into one stunning piece of automotive genius, you'll be astounded.

The Rolls-Royce Dawn sounds like a step away from what the marque normally produces – however, it isn't. It's still the same domineering presence on the road, and it still performs like only a Rolls-Royce can. However, this one can go like the wind while the roof is down and you're enjoying the summer sun to the fullest. Sound like something you'd like to drive?

Why is the Rolls-Royce Dawn so great for summer?

Some people dread driving around in summer in their sedans and stations wagons, because, while practical, they're basically inside, unable to experience the gorgeous Australian weather. To remove all of that dread, and still allow you to drive where you need to go, a convertible is a great option.

Under the (very long) bonnet of the Rolls-Royce Dawn is a typically powerful V12. The block throws down 420 kilowatts of power and a huge 780 Nm of torque, while only using 14.2 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres. It's not the most economical car on the market, but it's certainly one of the best for the level of luxury and comfort you'll experience in the cabin.

Does the car lose any charm because it's a convertible?

A classic Rolls-Royce is loud on the outside, quiet on the inside. It's strong and stately and elegant, but doesn't make people gawk when you drive past. Most of that is the same in the Rolls-Royce Dawn. It's quiet in the cabin despite having a convertible roof, but the stunning styling will make people notice as you rumble along the streets.

Wind the windows up with the roof down, though, and you'll be mostly hidden (if you prefer it that way). The cabin is as beautiful (if not more so) as the exterior of the car, so you won't feel too hard done-by not seeing the car rolling along. You'll be behind the wheel!

If you've always thought about buying a Rolls-Royce, but didn't think it was very practical, the Rolls-Royce Dawn will change your mind. Cruising along some of the most beautiful roads in the country, with a huge V12 beneath you, with the roof down and letting the sun in, you'll never want to stop driving. Head into the Sunshine Automotive Rolls-Royce dealership in Queensland today for more information.

Why is the Rolls-Royce Dawn the perfect luxury summer car?

December 9, 2016 10:09 am | sunshineautomotive.com.au

There's nothing like a Rolls-Royce. There's also nothing like driving around in a fun convertible, soaking up the summer sun. When you can combine both of these into one stunning piece of automotive genius, you'll be astounded.

The Rolls-Royce Dawn sounds like a step away from what the marque normally produces – however, it isn't. It's still the same domineering presence on the road, and it still performs like only a Rolls-Royce can. However, this one can go like the wind while the roof is down and you're enjoying the summer sun to the fullest. Sound like something you'd like to drive?

Why is the Rolls-Royce Dawn so great for summer?

Some people dread driving around in summer in their sedans and stations wagons, because, while practical, they're basically inside, unable to experience the gorgeous Australian weather. To remove all of that dread, and still allow you to drive where you need to go, a convertible is a great option.

Under the (very long) bonnet of the Rolls-Royce Dawn is a typically powerful V12. The block throws down 420 kilowatts of power and a huge 780 Nm of torque, while only using 14.2 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres. It's not the most economical car on the market, but it's certainly one of the best for the level of luxury and comfort you'll experience in the cabin.

Does the car lose any charm because it's a convertible?

A classic Rolls-Royce is loud on the outside, quiet on the inside. It's strong and stately and elegant, but doesn't make people gawk when you drive past. Most of that is the same in the Rolls-Royce Dawn. It's quiet in the cabin despite having a convertible roof, but the stunning styling will make people notice as you rumble along the streets.

Wind the windows up with the roof down, though, and you'll be mostly hidden (if you prefer it that way). The cabin is as beautiful (if not more so) as the exterior of the car, so you won't feel too hard done-by not seeing the car rolling along. You'll be behind the wheel!

If you've always thought about buying a Rolls-Royce, but didn't think it was very practical, the Rolls-Royce Dawn will change your mind. Cruising along some of the most beautiful roads in the country, with a huge V12 beneath you, with the roof down and letting the sun in, you'll never want to stop driving. Head into the Sunshine Automotive Rolls-Royce dealership in Queensland today for more information.