While major full-line makes like Honda, Hyundai and Kia don't include a convertible, Roll-Royce now has two. The Dawn is basically a convertible Wraith down to the front opening doors. It does use the Ghost's less-powerful 563-horsepower V12 engine instead of the 624-horsepower Wraith engine. Inside it will seat four adults comfortably. Amenities such as four-zone air conditioning with rear vents, heated, massaging front seats and more will be standard.
Ghost Series II
This model, heavily revised for 2015, gets standard automatic power-folding side mirrors and new oak trim.
Rear passengers in the extended wheelbase sedan get new comfort features: calf-rests and footrests are added. Oak trim replaces the previous elm. The $12,500 star-lit headliner now twinkles (WTF?).
Massaging front seats become standard. So do adaptive headlights that change their angle dependent on steering wheel position and vehicle speed. Elm trim replaces Oak (leftover from the Phantom?).