This is the Rolls-Royce Dawn by Mansory and it is every bit as amazing as it is outrageous.
It combines the over-the-top details and mods you’d expect from Mansory with a surprisingly understated color combo.
For the exterior, Mansory opted for a blacked-out look with gloss black paint and black wheels.
In fact, everything is painted black except for the orange ‘RR’ wheel caps and the orange ‘Rolls-Royce’ badging.
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This being a Mansory, it is also fitted with a wide body kit, which makes it much lower and more aggressive.
Among other things we find a redesigned bumper, a new splitter, new air intakes and new carbon fiber additions – such as the rear diffuser.
However, it’s the interior that’s really stealing the show here.
The sparkling, bright orange leather that was used for the cabin nicely offsets the murdered-out exterior.
The seats, the center console, the dashboard, the door panels.
Everything is covered in thick tiger orange leather.
And the bits that aren’t covered in leather are finished in gloss black.
It’s an awesome combination.
Mansory hasn’t done anything to the engine because the factory Dawn has got plenty of power to play with.
This luxury convertible uses a 6.6-liter V12 engine with two turbochargers.
It delivers 563 hp and a whopping 605 lb-ft of torque.
Despite a kerb weight of 2.5 tons, it only needs 4.9 seconds (and plenty of fuel) to get to 60 mph.
The top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph.
Mansory rarely talks about pricing, chiefly because most of its cars are fully customizable.
Having said that, the Dawn starts at $360,000 and you can expect a hefty markup with these mods.
If you want to buy the Mansory Dawn, get ready to churn out half a million dollars or more.