2015 Rolls Royce Wraith convertible, Dawn eliminates problems

By Peter Chubb - Sep 11, 2015

The 2015 Rolls Royce Wraith convertible, which is better know as the Dawn eliminates the problems that are normally associated with convertibles. From how people have been describing this new open-top model, it does a lot to get rid of two major hassles, and those are rear-passenger legroom and noise.

If you have ever been in the back of most convertibles before you will know that things can often get cramped in the back, even more so if you are not a child, or an adult with long legs. The rear cabin area truly is a huge place to sit in, and not only is it much more comfortable than rival convertibles, but also much quieter as well.

2015 Rolls Royce Wraith convertible

Rolls-Royce says that they have finally addressed the issue of noise, and says that the Dawn is just as quiet as the Wraith, which is a huge claim, and so people will be eager to get their hands on this model for a test drive to prove that theory.

If this turns out to be true, then this truly is a magnificent accomplishment, seeing as though it is not a hardtop, but one made from fabric. A lot of this is said to be due to the French seam on the inside of the lining, although this means nothing to us, as we have never heard of such a thing before. Having said that, it must be impressive if Rolls-Royce is using it, and also making a point about it as well.

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2015 Rolls Royce Dawn