Rolls-Royce and tuning? In the Spofec department, behind which is the German tuning company Novitec, they came up with the idea to improve a few Dawn models, and the result can be seen in the photos.
Parts of the significantly expanded body of the luxury British convertible are made of carbon fiber, and the designer Vittorio Strosek has been assisted in design and development.
In Spofec, they chose exclusive black 22-inch alloy wheels that optimally filled the voids under the expanded mudguards of the project called the “Overdose”.
The point on “i” puts a special body color that is recognizable by the “contrary” mode of opening the door.
With new fenders the body width is increased by 13 cm. What can not be seen is hiden under a long front engine cover where a 6.6-liter V12 biturbo engine is located, which in this case has 686 horsepower and 980 Nm of maximum torque at 1,800 rpm.
The above-mentioned figures are sufficient for the acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h after 4.6 seconds and electronically limited 250 km/h.
In order to keep exclusive Spofec (an acronym for Spirit of Ecstasy, the legendary symbol of Rolls-Royce), this Dawn will be offered globally in only eight specimens. The price has not been published, which in this case anyway belongs among the irrelevant information.