If you saw the post from Goodwood, you’ll know that Rebecca is very excited about the new Rolls-Royce Dawn, so much so that we’re going to look at it in some detail here.
But first, Rebecca was featured in the Institute of Leadership and Management’s September Women in Leadership column. She talks about the parallels between racing and the world of business. It’s a really interesting insight into Rebecca’s career. Read the full article here.
The Rolls-Royce Dawn
This elegant convertible is the latest car from the luxury British brand and it retains all the breath-taking aesthetics of a Rolls-Royce while appearing beautifully contemporary too. The interior of the car is something to behold with swathes of soft leather, four individual seats, wooden details and all the latest technology contained within.
Comfort, style and power all come together in the Dawn, which is powered by a 6.6l V12 twin-turbo engine, giving you an open-top driving experience unlike anything else. The response from the car, the wind in your hair and driver assistance technology at your fingertips makes the Dawn truly spectacular.
The new Dawn is based on the Wraith but Rolls-Royce looked to the 1952 Silver Dawn Drophead for design inspiration.
The V12 produces 563bhp and drives the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic gearbox, which links up with the sat-nav to automatically pre-select the next appropriate gear. The Dawn propels itself from 0-62mph in 4.9sec and reach a top speed of 155mph.
This Rolls-Royce is a car to be driven and enjoyed. Find out more here.