Most of us might be satisfied by the opportunity to buy a gorgeous Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible. But for Rolls-Royce collectors, they need something just a little more special, a little more unusual, a little more bespoke.
A South Florida buyer requested a car styled by interior designer Barclay Butera. His brief: to specify a Nautical Dawn to compliment her home on the beach. Butera devised a Midnight Sapphire blue/Arctic White two-tone paint scheme that he says was inspired by great sailing yachts and the color of the sea.
Inside, the Nautical Dawn has Arctic White leather upholstery with Navy Blue accents, carpet and lambs wool floor mats.
Nautical Dawn's signature feature may be the open-pore teak paneling lavished throughout. Less obvious details include a hand-made clock that is inspired by the Rolex Yachtmaster watch and door sill plates featuring nautical flags that spell "Dawn."
But if the Nautical Dawn isn't quite what you're looking for, consider a look at one of these other two personalized Rollers.
Collector Michael Fux requested his very own hue of cobalt blue, named Fux Blue, for the paint and carpet, with Arctic White carpet.
Don Brinkerhoff commissioned an homage to the 1907 Silver Ghost AX201, which is finished in Matte Cassiopeia Silver paint with Pine Green leather upholstery.
Every Dawn seems amazing, but these three custom-designed examples show how personalization can make even an incredible car like this even more incredible.