After Sweptail, in 2017, consumers ordered a single coupe and raised $ 13 million, turning the role of Ross into Dawn in a double-decker inspired by some of the most beautiful cars of the 1920s.
The BMW-owned company has released an early design sketch quartet to revise the model. It is obviously based on Dawn, which is Wraith's tonal evolution, but it acquires a ton of talent, called Rolls-Royce, by Aero Cowling. Darker trim on both ends and silvery-specific shade add a finishing touch to the look.
While the interior pictures are a bit of a standout, Rolls-Royce noted that all the silver bullets feature a light orange carbon fiber insert and a widowed transmission tunnel, whose design is inspired by leather jackets. After all, the company has pledged that its next limited edition car will "shake the nostalgia of the past with the sophistication of the future." Needless to say, the silver bullet will be almost entirely made in Goodwood, England.
The firm did not mention any mechanical changes. Power is expected to come from Dawn's 6.6-liter V12, which comes with a twin-turbocharged 563 horsepower and 605 pound-feet of torque in its standard configuration. We expect the Silver Bullet to get the 593-horsepower, 620-pound-foot evolution found in the Black Badge model as the extra power fits into the model's tourist claims.
Only 50 Dawn Silver Bullet units will be available worldwide. Prices have not been announced yet, but keep in mind that the standard model is around $ 350,000. The company urges owners not to equate their road automation in a hot garage as an investment by organizing a road trip in which they can participate.