Rolls Drophead-1This summer sees the launch of this $407,000 Rolls-Royce convertible. The two-door, all-aluminium spaceframed, four-seat convertible is a "less formal interpretation" of classic Rolls-Royce design.

This summer sees the launch of this $407,000 Rolls-Royce convertible. The two-door, all-aluminium spaceframed, four-seat convertible is a “less formal interpretation” of classic Rolls-Royce design. The press release gives some insight into the approach Rolls-Royce took when crafting the interior:

Materials are used in a way that emphasises their natural charm and there is an immediacy to the exposed elements of brushed steel and solid teak. Bleaches, stains and lacquers were shunned as far as possible in favour of more natural finishes. Hands touch only chrome, leather or wood. Other materials, such as the brushed steel, are used as architectural detailing, giving the whole car a sense of visual tactility.

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