Posted on 23 Nov
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. For more photos on 200 Delfern, represented by The Agency's David Parnes, Mauricio Umansky, Adrienne Martz, James Harris and Kelsey Kroon, visit the 200 Delfern Drive listing page.