Rolls-Royce introduces new Black Badge Cullinan
Rolls-Royce has pulled the wraps off a new Cullinan SUV.
Joining the Wraith, Ghost and Dawn – all of which now come in Rolls-Royce Black Badge configuration – the Cullinan will not be available in the darker, more stylish variant.
In fact, according to Rolls, the Cullinan features the "boldest and darkest expression" yet.
The Black Badge line launched back in 2016, designed for those who "take risks, break rules and build success on their own terms." In reality, these motors are just super-slick takes on a typical Rolls-Royce.
With the Cullinan, the wheels have been swapped out for black alloy ones. Paint comes in a solid black to match the other dark components, including the Spirit of Ecstasy emblem, as well as matte black grille.
For the first time ever, this Rolls-Royce also comes with red-painted brake callipers.
The trend continues on the inside; seats are upholstered in black leather, its ceiling has been covered in black leather headliner (along with 1344 LED lights to emulate the sky at night) and the entire cabin features bright yellow details on the seats across the dash and body.
Under the hood, you get a re-tuned 6.75-litre V12 engine that can output 600-horsepower.
While no pricing information is available, the new Black Badge Cullinan is sure to cost more than a regular one (US$325,000).