Dawn convertible is the latest addition to Rolls-Royce's bespoke line.
If you're super rich you can afford a car for every occasion, and now it seems there's a Rolls-Royce to go stargazing in.
The British luxury car maker has revealed its new Dawn Black Badge, to add to its Ghost and Wraith Black Badge models that were revealed last year.
The company says that Black Badge is its response to customers who have been in touch with them to ask for cars that offer 'specific, focused characteristics that reflect their different take on life, success and the luxury they consume'.
The result is a car that comes in whatever colour you like, as long as it's six layers of hand-polished black. Dark leather abounds and the convertible's hood also has something of the night about it.
Rolls-Royce has even inverted the colours on the company logo in keeping with the theme, and the Spirit of Ecstacy mascot on the front of the car has been finished in black chrome.
A splash of colour comes courtesy of an orange accent strip around the interior, which Rolls-Royce says is reminiscent of the last moment of sunset before the sun goes below the horizon.
The changes aren't merely superficial, though. The V12 engine has been tweaked for an extra 30hp, and now produces 584hp from its 6.6 litres and twin-turbos. Torque has also been increased a smidge, with 620lb-ft available from as low as 1,500rpm.
Rolls-Royce engineers have also made some adjustments to the steering and 8-speed automatic transmission to give the Dawn Black Badge a little more urgency on the move, and the brakes have been increased by 2.5cm in diameter to help with stopping.
The Dawn Black Badge will debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.