Both the Rolls-Royce Dawn and the Dawn Black Badge are divine creations. Each is designed to offer the most thrilling and opulent no-roof experience for the driver and his accompanying three fellow journeymen. With its open-air vitality, these new Dawn’s attracted a younger and more stylish jet-set crowd who may have overlooked this exceptional classic in the past.
Of course, the House Of Rolls-Royce is not averse to showing off their savvy and up-luxuriating themselves with style to spare. Perhaps an Aero Cowling could up the fab-factor?
The Aero Cowling is not designed to simply transform the appearance of the Dawn, but to complement it.
Introduced in 2018, this modern and meticulously constructed piece converts the aesthetic of Dawn into a two-seat roadster-style motorcar with an extended tonneau cover sitting atop the two rear seats. By creating a higher-shouldered silhouette, Aero Cowling alters Dawn’s persona and heightens its sense of dynamic intent. The Aero Cowling takes the Dawn to a level of luxury and exclusion that only other Rolls-Royce owners can truly admire. Of course, this abundance of brilliance begs the question, Why would want to have four people in your Dawn, when you can spoil your plus one with luxury and seduce them with your style.
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