A Rolls-Royce-Cabriolet is certainly not an everyday car and also requires no tuning measures to stand out from the crowd. Nevertheless, the Novitec offshoot Spofec has put together an individualization package for one of the world's most luxurious convertibles, the Rolls-Royce Dawn.
Among other things Spofec offers for the open four-seater a bodykit consisting of several carbon attachments. The new aprons on the front and rear, side skirts and a spoiler give the Dawn visibly more muscle, without seriously disfiguring the aura of the Brit. Lowering the suspension and the 22 inch wheels are also good for the luxury liner.
The muscle design is not just show, because Spofec elicits more power from the engine. Thanks to new control software, the V12 engine is expected to deliver lush 420 kW / 571 PS and 780 Newton meters of torque instead of 505 kW / 686 PS and 980 Newton meters. According to Tuner, the power curve reduces the sprint time by three tenths to 4,6 seconds, while the top speed is still limited at 250 km / h.
If desired, the Dawn driver can also acoustically stage the extra power if he orders a sports exhaust system with electronic sound management. Here you can set a discrete or pithy sound by remote control via the exhaust flap position. More competent stopper has Spofec for the Dawn in the program. The ceramic brakes with front 405er discs are designed to help save weight. Up to 38 kilograms can be the fat Brummer slim.
If you order the full program, you have to transfer some tens of thousands of euros to Spofec, which, given the 330.000 Euro base price, is unlikely to be significant. (Mario Hommen / SP-X)