Rolls-Royce now offering a Black Badge option of its popular Dawn convertible, unveiled at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. The innovative semi-performance convertible has a lot of command and energetic contributions. Powered with a 6.6 litre, twin-turbocharged V12 engine. Nonetheless, horsepower is up 30 to 593 ponies. Comparable to other Black Badges like the Wraith and Ghost, the transmission, steering, and throttle have all been upgraded and rubbed for a sportier feel; also featuring a an active exhaust paired with brakes that increase by 1 inch( 2,54 cm ) compared to the average vehicle.
Rolls-Royce claims the car is suffused in a deep and intense shade of black — with multiple layers of paint and varnish having been applied and hand-polished for its solid paint color. All chrome fittings are darkened, including the Spirit of Ecstasy, complete with the black canvas roof and black leather tonneau cover. The`qw7s is a blend of carbon fiber, ebony, and black leather surfaces, distinguished by an orange leather trim.
Bearing in mind the regular Dawn starts around $340,000 ( R 2.6 Million), it’s guessed the price tag of the Black Badge edition will be closer to the $400,000 (R 3 Million ) mark.