Photos of the million-dollar Rolls-Royce roadster have been shown by the British luxury automaker.
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First announced back in March, Rolls-Royce has now released official photos of the Dawn Silver Bullet.

Limited to a build of just 50 vehicles, Rolls-Royce says the model is inspired by the big roadsters of the 1920s.

Designed as a roadster version of the Dawn Drophead, the Silver Bullet sees the rear seats replaced with an aero cowling finished in tan-coloured upholstery with a titanium windbreak.

The colour is a unique ultra-metallic paint finish called 'Brewster Silver', which the brand says pays homage to some of the most iconic Rolls-Royce vehicles of the past.

Exterior enhancements include dark headlights and dark front intake trim, as well as semi-polished alloy wheels.

Rolls-Royce says this is the first example to be produced, shown here at Lake Garda in Italy.

Powered by a 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 producing 420kW/820Nm, it's expected the limited-edition Rolls-Royce Dawn Silver Bullet costs in excess of one million dollars.