The Rolls-Royce Dawn is going to be discontinued in the US by the end of 2021

The Rolls-Royce Dawn Gets New Look and spec along with 700 HP

Only 3 units are planned to produce

The Rolls-Royce Dawn is going to be discontinued in the US by the end of 2021.

That is why Novitec offers the opulent drop-top a special goodbye.

Created by Novitec’s Spofec Overdose division that specializes in customizing Rolls-Royce cars, the tuner’s new take on the Dawn is based on the already-sinister-looking Black Badge model and it will definitely attract attention.


In partnership with German creator Vittorio Strosek The Dawn comes with a widebody kit that features high-end carbon parts.

With the wider rear and front fenders, the special edition convertible measures 5.1 inches larger in the rear, and 2.7 inches more wide on the front than the standard production Dawn to give it an imposing look.

The fenders with a wider width are complemented by a revamped front fascia which decreases the front-axle lift when driving at high speeds while also improving stability, making Dawn Dawn much more fun to drive.

Wheels and Specification of Rolls Royce DAWN

The wider fenders allow it to fit the bigger tires and wheels.
For the conversion , the tuner has installed forged 22-inch wheels that have nine double spokes, 265/35 ZR 22 tires on the front, as well as 295/30 ZR 22 tires in the rear.

Its air suspension system has been altered to lower the height by 1.5 inches for speeds of as high as the speed of 86 miles per hour. In addition it appears that the German tuner has also added a naked-carbon lip spoiler to the trunk lid , giving the Dawn a more sporty appearance.


In general, these styling changes are elegant that give an overall Rolls-Royce Dawn a meaner look without compromising the sleek appearance.

Under the Hood

The Dawn’s 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 engine was redesigned to generate 686 horsepower at 5,400 rpm, and 723 lb-ft of torque when it is at 1,800 rpm.

This is an increase by 603 horsepower, and 622 pounds of torque in the stock vehicle. This was accomplished through reprogramming of the injection and ignition, and also increasing the pressure of the boost.


In spite of the substantial power boost, Spofec Overdose estimates the time from 0-60 mph as 4.6 seconds and is identical to the standard Dawn Black badge.


Its top speed remains electronically restricted to 155 mph in order to safeguard the tires.

The interior can be modified to match any desired color scheme and also a selection of luxury leathers.


Every Rolls-Royce is special, however Dawn Black Badge is sure to be different from the rest since only three are being planned to be produced.

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