The Silver Daw was produced between the years 1949 to 1955, around 760 vehicles were made. It was one of the first Rolls-Royce vehicles that was built with a body and chassis fit and connected specifically for each other. While Betley and Rolls-Royce fall under the same umbrella, both were built with similar styles and mechanics, some would even argue identical. By 1951 the Silver Dawn had experienced a series of upgrades, leaving the remaining production aimed toward creating a smoother and more luxurious ride. As an automatic car that reached a top speed of 94 mph ( 151.3 km/h), the Silver Dawn was considered a commodity of a vehicle.