The Rolls-Royce Dawn is making waves in the car world again thanks to German tuner Mansory getting its hands on the $360,000 convertible.
The biggest change Mansory has instituted occurred under the hood, with the 6.6-liter V12 being tweaked to pump out 740 horsepower, a significant increase from the 563 hp the Dawn creates when it rolls out of the Rolls-Royce factory. But even with almost 200 extra ponies, the Mansory Dawn’s zero-to-62 mph time has only improved by 0.2 seconds, which isn’t too bad when one realizes the Dawn is more of a land yacht than a car.
Mansory’s cosmetic changes have come in the form of swapping out the front lip, radiator surround, and hood for carbon-fiber versions of the same pieces. Other changes include new air intakes on the front end and side skirts with more of a sculpted look.
Mansory has also added to the Rolls’ fine interior workings with materials like burl wood and brushed aluminum to complete the tuner’s vision.