5 things we learnt at the Rolls-Royce Summer Studio

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Location Is Everything

The Rolls-Royce Summer Studio has returned to Porto Cervo this summer for the third consecutive year. We were invited along to drive the recently launched Dawn - the car as luxurious as your superyacht - and experience first-hand the new Dusk until Dawn project. Here’s what we learnt on our trip…

Location Is Everything

Could there be a more suitable location for one of the world’s top luxury brands, than superyacht hub and destination of the world's elite, Porto Cervo?

The Rolls-Royce Summer Studio resides within a private enclave tucked inside the highly secretive walls of the Promenade Du Port. Just a stone’s throw away from the marina and its surrounding fine-dining establishments, and a short drive from the stunning coastal roads of Costa Smeralda ­– there simply could not be a more appropriate venue for the studio-cum-exclusive social club.

Rolls-Royce made good use of the dramatic sunsets, romantic twilights and spectacular seascapes in Porto Cervo to unveil two bespoke models built to reflect the unique atmosphere of this Sardinian hotspot. “The stunning bespoke Wraith and emerald embellished Dawn, inspired by the sights and colours of Porto Cervo, have been commissioned in the spirit that so many of our customers delight in,” commented Isobel Dando, general manager of Future Retail at Rolls-Royce.

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