Model features a handful of styling and performance tweaks.

The Rolls-Royce Dawn is an elegant and luxurious convertible but that hasn't stopped Mansory from trying to improve the model with a handful of styling and performance tweaks.

Mansory has been criticized for some of its styling programs but the Dawn has escaped relatively unharmed as designers have only made a handful of minor changes.  Starting up front, there's a modestly revised front fascia with larger air intakes and new LED daytime running lights.  Moving further back, we can see front fender vents and new side skirts which promise to the model a lower and sleeker appearance.    Rounding out the changes are a rear spoiler and 22-inch V6-style wheels equipped with ultra high-performance Vredestein tires.

The styling tweaks continue in the cabin as Mansory offers an extensive customization service which enables owners to order embroidered floor mats and headrests as well as brushed aluminum, carbon fiber, or burl wood trim.

On the performance front, the biturbo 6.6-liter V12 engine has been tuned to produce 740 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque - an increase of 170 hp and 162 lb-ft.  This enables the Dawn to accelerate from 0-62 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds before hitting an increased top speed of 177 mph.

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