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One other thing drilled into us was the fact that there's no compromise at Rolls-Royce.Naturally, Stephanie tasked me with taking pictures of her in the cars, and my ordeal as her personal photographer commenced – I suspect I missed quite a bit of the briefing. In any case, the bespoke aspect of Rolls-Royce will have to wait until next week's review, but for now we'll focus on the drive that followed. My ride turned out to be a Ghost II Black Badge, obviously in a stunning gloss black, with the interior garbed in red and black leather and carbon fiber trim, which quickly put to rest any doubts I may have had about this being a driver's car.Rolls-Royce has dropped a 563-horsepower V-12 mill in the engine bay to shut us up about power so we can focus on what really matters: the experience.I had foolishly assumed this trip would be about me and the cars.This time my chariot happened to be exactly what I wanted, a white Rolls-Royce Dawn, or alternatively a Wraith with the top lopped off and a 563-hp Ghost II engine, because apparently the coupe's 624 ponies would be excessive for a convertible. So I get in the car, Stephanie gets in the back and another guest climbs in beside me.
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