Spofec (SPirit OF ECstasy) is the Rolls Royce division of Novitec, and they surprised us this week with the introduction of the Rolls-Royce Dawn Overdose. The wide-body kit and improved performance under the hood make the Dawn Overdose the perfect boulevard cruiser. The Dawn Overdose will be limited to 8 copies to maintain its exclusivity. And we must admit, the Dawn Overdose is a striking appearance.
The Rolls-Royce Dawn Overdose body kit features bespoke front and rear bumpers with large intakes, flared rear arches, side skirts, and rear wing. The kit is designed by Vittorio Strosek, a german designer that normally specializes in Porsches. The Dawn Overdose comes with a set of SP1 22 inch wheels and re-calibrated suspension which drops the car down. The suspension control module CAN-Tronic intervenes in the control of the air suspension and lowers the ride height by about 40 millimeters at speeds below 140km/h. At higher speeds the body automatically reverts to its original level. Most of the performance improvement comes from the N-TRONIC, a processor-controlled device that will be connected to the original engine management. It gives the Dawn an additional 110 HP and improves the 0-60 acceleration to 4.6 seconds. The high performance brake system with ventilated Carbon-Ceramic brake discs optimizes the deceleration value of the vehicle, and it sheds off (surprisingly) 80 pounds in overall weight. To top it all off, Spofec installed a flap-regulation exhaust and the exhaust flaps can be controlled from the cockpit. So if people are not struck by the design you can still get their attention by a flip of the switch.