If you treat yourself or can treat yourself to a Rolls-Royce Black Badge Dawn, you don't need to be afraid that your vehicle will be parked on every second corner. Rolls-Royce is known for creating some of the world's most luxurious vehicles, and the Black Badge Dawn convertible is no exception.
However, for those looking for an even more exclusive option, Spofec (a subsidiary of Novitec) has developed a limited edition version of the convertible, known as the Spofec Overdose Cabriolet.
In terms of design, the Overdose Cabriolet features a wide body kit made entirely of carbon, which makes the vehicle 13 centimeters wider at the rear and 7 centimeters wider at the front compared to the standard Black Badge Dawn.
The car also boasts new fenders on the front axle, side skirts with air intakes, a special front apron to reduce lift, and a visible carbon spoiler lip on the trunk lid. The flared wheel arches house 22-inch rims with 265/35 tires in the front and 295/30 in the rear.
The car's air suspension has also been modified with a module developed by Spofec to better suit the new wheel and tire combination. At speeds above 140 km/h, the cabriolet is lowered by 40 millimeters, but at lower speeds, the body automatically rises back to its original level.
Under the hood, the Overdose Cabriolet is powered by a 6.6-liter twelve-cylinder engine that delivers 600 horsepower and 840 Nm of torque. However, Spofec has installed a processor-controlled N-Tronic module which increases peak power by 85 horsepower and torque by 140 Nm, resulting in a total of 686 horsepower and 980 Nm of torque.
The vehicle can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds and has a top speed of 250 km/h. The interior of the Spofec Overdose Cabriolet can also be customized to the buyer's liking with a wide range of high-quality leather options and an almost limitless design spectrum.
With only three of these luxury convertibles available worldwide, owning one of the most exclusive Rolls-Royce models on the market is a possibility for only a select few.