Rolls-Royce is back again with another version of its only convertible Dawn, transforming it into a two-seater roadster named Silver Bullet.
Photographed under the Italian sun, the Dawn Silver Bullet showcases its ultra-metallic Brewster Silver paint, which according to Rolls-Royce is “a nod to the epic trials cars of the past,” like the Silver Dawn, Silver King, Silver Silence and Silver Spectre.
The distinctive Aero Cowling with its vapor-blasted titanium finisher sets apart the Dawn Silver Bullet Collection, which the marque says transforms the gorgeous convertible into “an adaptable two-seat roadster.”
A silver plaque on the door sill displays the Silver Bullet name and states that this is one of just 50 examples to be built in Goodwood, West Sussex.
This limited edition also has darkened headlights along with a dark front bumper finisher. Inside, Rolls-Royce’s usual meticulous materials and second-to-none craftsmanship are on full display. For instance, the transmission tunnel has a quilted finish and the pictures show off a carbon fiber finish behind the seats. The wheels meanwhile feature a part-polished look with a translucent shadow finish and a single silver pinstripe.
Power likely comes from the Dawn’s 6.6-liter V12 engine, which is twin-turbocharged to 563 horsepower and 605 pound-feet of torque in its standard configuration.
Based on the Dawn convertible, the special model is a speedster that goes by the name Silver Bullet Collection. Just 50 examples will be built for worldwide sale.