Rolls-Royce releases images of the new Dawn Silver Bullet Collection roadster – a limited-edition convertible inspired by one of the British marque’s oldest models, the Dawn.
Rolls-Royce has teased one of its own limited-edition car —the Dawn Silver Bullet Collection roadster. This open-top roadster iteration of Dawn is like a silver bullet.
Limited to just 50 cars world-wide, the Dawn Silver Bullet Collection is a powerful addition to the Rolls-Royce Collection Car ensemble. The Dawn Silver Bullet Collection features dark exterior detailing; dark headlights and a new dark front bumper finisher, providing a dominant and determined expression in heighted contrast to the silver hue. The part-polished wheels offer a translucent shadow finish with a single silver pinstripe.
Rolls-Royce embodies the spirit of the roaring twenties is its first Collection Car of the new decade.
A unique open-pore carbon fibre fascia greets the driver and companion in a contemporary, dashing fashion. A quilted transmission tunnel, with design cues taken from the quintessentially rebellious fashion accessory, the leather jacket, runs through the centre of the cabin in a tailored fashion.
Silver can be found frequently in the marque’s enigmatic history on special trails cars such as the Silver Dawn, Silver King, Silver Silence and Silver Spectre. The Dawn Silver Bullet Collection cuts a dash in a newly commissioned ultra-metallic silver Bespoke paint finish.
Rolls-Royce announced it will curate a series of ‘Silver Bullet Drives’, epic road-trips for owners of this contemporary collection, made available via Whispers, Rolls-Royce’s exclusive, digital home for Rolls-Royce clients around the world.
“Drawing inspiration from the fabled roadsters of the 1920’s – rare, glamorous machines forever associated with bright young things and rakish Hollywood rebels, the Dawn Silver Bullet Collection captures the carefree attitude of those far-off days in a bold, contemporary expression designed for today’s non-conformists and pleasure-seekers,” said Rolls-Royce in a statement.