The 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn review verdict from many different auto websites is unanimous, and that is this model sets a new standard. So what do they mean by this?
It would seem that most aspects of this car is loved by those that have reviewed the 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn, although there is always the one big issue with a vehicle such as this, and that is its price. You will have to part with £250,000-plus if you want to own one and we are told those that have ordered will start to take possession of their in a matter of weeks.
While the Dawn is close to the Wraith, so many changes have been made that its almost an entirely new model because there are hardly any similarities at all. A recent review has said that around 80 percent of the Dawn’s outer panels are new.
Autocar never realized just how luxurious the Dawn was, not until they finally sat in it and was able to take it all in. They were in Cape Town to review the car, which was an ideal setting to drive with the roof down and take in some of that intoxicating sunshine.
The ride and comfort is said to be the best that Rolls-Royce has ever offered, and pretty much the quietest and smoothest car on the road. There will be times when you just won’t know you are in a convertible once the roof is up.
We all know that most convertibles suffer from body roll of some sort, and are unable to soak up the bumps and ripples, but this is not an issue for the Dawn, as it can handle most bumps in the road.
To learn more you can watch the video review below, although this is more an in-depth look at the Dawn itself rather than how it drives and handels.