Mansory tunes the Rolls-Royce Dawn to 740 hp image

We’re looking here at a revolutionary event – well known tuner-destroyer Mansory has decided to restrain itself when working on the brand new land yacht coming from Rolls-Royce, the Dawn.

While Mansory – well known for its outrageous aftermarket treatments of valuable models – has decided to go subtle in this case, their business won’t be suffering because they are among the first in the industry to work their tuning magic on the Rolls Royce Dawn convertible. This is the first time we have to say so in Mansory’s case, but we had trouble spotting the differences from the original. Up front the air intakes have been slightly enlarged and modified – painstakingly coming up with vertical bars in the center and matching mesh for the sides. There’s also a restrained spoiler and LED daytime running lights – and Masnory has also used its signature treatment by turning some parts into carbon fiber.

They unleashed their usual potential under the hood, where the 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 engine that naturally comes up with 570 hp and 780 Nm of torque has been cranked up to 740 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque. The modifications will suffice to bring an effortless sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 285 km/h, up 35 km/h from the regular model. Inside, the touches include brushed aluminum, carbon, burl wood, and polished piano lacquer.Exterior appearance meanwhile has been completed via the set of 22-inch alloys with Vredestein 295/30/22 rubber at the back.