The Agency and O’Gara Coach, purveyor of fine luxury autos, including Aston Martin, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Bentley and more, unveiled the Rolls Royce Dawn at the exclusive 11-bedroom, $45 million Mediterranean estate at 200 Delfern Drive. Collectively, both the luxury automobile and Holmby Hills estate exalt impeccable craftsmanship and superior design that impressed all in attendance.
The dramatic two-story grand foyer provided an extravagant backdrop as guests arrived at the Italian renaissance-inspired estate. With beamed ceilings, elegant archways and exemplary attention to detail, 200 Delfern was a fitting location to unveil the 2016 Rolls Royce Dawn.
Guests were able to get behind the wheel of the four-seat convertible powered by Rolls’ 6.6 liter, twin-turbo V-12 engines. Rolls Royce reports Dawn, which is set to reach buyers this spring, is 80 percent new in style and body and is their “sexiest Rolls-Royce ever built.” Starting at just over $300,000, Dawn is billed as the “quietest convertible ever made”, thanks to an ultra-hushed folding mechanism, known as the “Silent Ballet,” that can stow the roof in just 22 seconds at speeds up to 32 mph. Dawn also features a 10.25-inch infotainment screen that is operated via the touch of a button or the swipe of a finger.
The exclusive invitation-only guest list of 200 sipped on specially curated Rolls Royce cocktails and experienced food by David Sutton Catering. The evening was truly a feast for the eyes and senses, as guests graciously took in the estate’s expansive patio with infinity edge pool, toured the over-sized halls that lead to five generous suites, plus two junior suites, the estate’s wine cellar and more.