Rolls-Royce Cullinan “Black and Bright” inspired from Moscow nights

02 Jan 2022

All 5 cars in the Roll-Royce Cullinan Black and Bright collection are inspired by the nightscape of Moscow (Russia) at night. Of course, carbon fiber makes a thorough appearance.

These particular Cullinans use the Black Badge version of the crossover as their starting point, hence the name of the version “Black”. The “Bright” part comes from their colors: Turchese Blue, Orange Metallic, Twilight Purple, Forge Yellow, and Magma Red.

The images provide a glimpse inside the cabins of a few Cullinans. One has a bright blue interior with black trim, and another has a vibrant orange inside. All of these special editions show an elongated dashboard with exposed carbon fiber strips and body-colored stripes between them. Rolls-Royce says that this element alone will take experts 21 days to create on each car. There will also be a Rolls-Royce Starlight Headliner, and the color of the lights matches the exterior of each Cullinan. The door has a plaque with the message “Black and Bright. Made especially for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow.”

Compared to the standard version, the Cullinan Black Badge has a black chrome border on the exterior and a dark Spirit of Ecstasy badging. Units are equipped with an upgraded 6.8-liter V12 engine, producing 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts), and 664 pound-feet (900 Nm) of torque.

Cullinan Black Badge starts at $382,000, much higher than the $325,000 price tag for the standard version. Rolls-Royce does not disclose prices for the Black and Bright Collection, but as this is a limited edition, their price is likely to be much higher. The five cars in this special collection are currently on display in the area of ​​Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow at the Hotel Ukraine.



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