Rolls-Royce has unveiled the exclusive Cullinan in a Black Badge version with a dark blue body and a Spirit of Ecstasy figure made of carbon fiber. The crossover was commissioned by Google Vice President of Technology Benjamin Sloss.
The body of the Cullinan Black Badge has been painted in a special Pikes Peak Blue color, created especially for the exclusive. The contrast is created by yellow accents – stripes that accentuate the shoulder line, as well as yellow brake discs and circles around the wheel hubs.
The top manager of the American tech giant also ordered a special figure “Spirit of Ecstasy” for the hood, carved from a single block of carbon fiber. Yellow accents continue into the cabin, where bold accents adorn the dashboard and door cards. The stitching of the seats, the Rolls-Royce infinity logos (hallmark of the Black Badge) and Sloss’s personal monogram are in the same color.
Other features of the crossover include a branded analog watch framed in dark blue anodized stainless steel, as well as the logo of the racing team of the wife of top manager Christine Sloss in the form of stiletto heels on the doors.
Under the hood of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge is a 6.75-liter V12 engine with two turbochargers, boosted in the “charged” version from 571 to 600 horsepower. Torque has also been increased over the standard Cullinan from 850 to 900 Nm. The crossover accelerates from zero to the first “hundred” in 4.9 seconds, and the maximum speed is 250 kilometers per hour.
In February Rolls-Royce unveiled an unusual “rainbow” Phantom Iridescent Opulence, the front panel of which is adorned with three thousand bird feathers. They were applied to tissue in a sterile room using a special technique, and the resulting pattern “imitates the muscles of the wing.”
We also recommend that you watch a detailed test drive of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan from the FineAuto team: