It's a convertible. But it's still a Rolls-Royce. Which means the Rolls-Royce Dawn had to be as quiet with the top up as its stablemates. The fabric roof was therefore designed with silence in mind, using a tailored French Seam and a perfectly smooth surface to reduce wind noise, and it also moves up and down in complete silence in just 22 seconds. Partially inspired by the Silver Dawn of the early '50s, it's powered by a twin-turbo, 6.6L V12, features four independent bucket seats for an uncompromising riding experience, a wooden deck that covers the soft-top when lowered, and flows down a waterfall-like feature between the rear seats and around the cabin, a specially tuned Bespoke Audio system, and 80% unique body panels, which means you won't be mistaking it for a chop-topped Wraith.