RISING OUT OF DARKNESS
Black Badge is for the fearless. Iconic silhouettes are intensified. Performance is enhanced. The most audacious expression of Rolls-Royce delivers a driving experience that is beyond this world.
OPEN TO ADVENTURE
Crafted to perfection and pure in form, Black Badge Dawn simmers with potential. Revel in the immersive open-top four-seat drive, or unleash the two-seater spirit with the Black Badge Dawn Aero Cowling tonneau cover.
THE POWER OF FREEDOM
Black Badge Dawn’s muscular prowess hints at the power that lies within. Carbon fibre composite wheels form a halo around the self-righting Rolls-Royce emblem.
Enhanced torque, refined suspension and an optional sports exhaust deliver a more spirited driving experience.
REVEAL YOUR TRUE COLOURS
The Spirit of Ecstasy, now black as the shadows, guides you forth. Choose the blackest of blacks, or realise your own colourful vision.
|Max power||593 bhp / 601 PS (DIN) / 442 kW @ 5250-6000 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||21.9 Gal|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Type||Premium Unleaded|
|Maximum torque||840 Nm / 620 lb ft @ 1650-4750 rpm|
|Estimated MPG||13 city / 21 Hwy|
|Length||5285 mm / 208.1 in|
|Width||1947 mm / 76.7 in|
|Height||1502 mm / 59.1 in|
|Wheelbase||3112 mm / 122.5 in|
|Curb weight||2560 kg / 5203 lb|
|Front track||1618 mm / 63.7 in|
|Rear track||1665 mm / 65.0 in|
|Top speed||155 mph / 250 km/h (governed)|
342 West Putnam
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday Friday 9:00am 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am 4:00pm
Monday Friday 7:30am 5:00pm
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