Rolls Royce Hyperion One-Off Roof Action

Ferrari 599 GTB, Daytona, 288 GTO and more recently the F12berlinetta - Pininfarina is responsible for some of the best-looking cars ever made, but once in a while they come up with a dog.
Case in point, the Rolls Royce Hyperion, a one-off conversion from the Drophead which reportedly cost €5 million.

To make it special, they’ve taken the front seats and move them back, cutting the rear ones in the process. The front bonnet is now longer and has a bit of boat decking at the end near the windshield.

The Drophead probably has the longest convertible fabric roof in the wold, seemingly as long as a small car. But the Hyperion comes with a tiny roof, more at home on a roadster.

Shmee150 has filmed the roof closing action while the car sits in the marina in Cannes.
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