Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black And Bright Debuts To Celebrate Moscow

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black as well as Bright Collection is a new scandal sheet of the luxury crossover that takes inspiration from the appearance of Moscow at night. Provided this influence, it makes good sense that the five automobiles are exclusively offered in Russia.

These special Cullinans use the Black Badge variation of the crossover as a beginning point, thus the “Black” section of the version’s name. The “Brilliant” part comes from their colors: Turchese Blue, Orange Metallic, Twilight Purple, Forge Yellow, as well as Lava Red.

The images offer a peek inside the cabin of a number of the Cullinans. One has a bright blue interior with black trim, as well as another vehicle is vibrant orange on the inside.

Every one of these scandal sheets have a traveler side of the control panel that has strips of disclosed carbon fiber with body-color stripes between them. Rolls claims this component takes 21 days to create for every vehicle.

There’s also the Rolls-Royce Starlight Headliner, and the color of the lights matches the outside of each Cullinan. The door sills have a plaque with the message “Black and Bright. Created specifically for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow.”

Compared to the basic version, the Cullinan Black Badge has black chrome trim on the outside and a dark Spirit of Ecstasy badge. It has an updated 6.8-liter V12 that makes 600 horse power (447 kilowatts) and also 664 pound-feet (900 Newton-meters) of torque, versus 563 hp (420 kW) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) from the typical version.

The Cullinan Black Badge starts at $382,000, as opposed to $325,000 for the routine variation. Rolls-Royce is not revealing prices for the Black as well as Bright Collection, however it’s likely more than the model’s base rate.

If you want one of these 5 Cullinans, they are exclusively offered from the Rolls-Royce Electric motor Cars Moscow showroom at the Ukraina Hotel.