A Brazilian pays R$ 6.2 million for the most expensive SUV in the world, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge |  cars

A Brazilian pays R$ 6.2 million for the most expensive SUV in the world, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge | cars


The first unit of the most luxurious (and expensive!) SUV in the world in its full version already has an owner. O Cullinan Black Badge was bought for R$ 6.2 million and the second unit will arrive in the country in the second half of 2021.

The Black Badge lineup already has three members: Ghost, Wraith and Dawn. The Cullinan starts with 44,000 color options for the bodywork or even yes, if that’s the preference, the millionaire buyer. he can choose a unique tone. Rolls-Royce, however, believes that most of the parties will choose black.

Once the color is chosen, the bodywork receives several coats of varnish and is carefully cleaned ten times (!). Already, the model receives the final finish: a yellow band in the upper relief painted by hand. Brand logo on the hood, Spirit of EcstasyIt also gets a black gloss finish.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge — Photo: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars São Paulo/Sposito Studios

emblem RR adopt a silver tone to stand out from the black bodywork. The front grille, exhaust and air intakes go through the blackout process – all blacked out. In 22-inch forged wheels are exclusive to the Black Badge version and compared with colored (red) brake calipers for the first time.

Cullinan Black Badge Interior — Photo: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars São Paulo/Sposito Studios

inside, Rolls-Royce creates another gem. Inspired by urban architecture, a carbon fiber weave was developed to create geometric shapes repeated to form a three-dimensional effect inside.

Material, called Tech Carboncomplete with six layers of varnish and rest for 72 hours. Then the piece is polished by hand to have a mirror effect. all in all, 23 of these pieces decorate the interior of the SUV. All this process takes 21 days and is considered complete once inspected and approved by a qualified technician.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge — Photo: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars São Paulo/Sposito Studios

The seat is hand-woven leather, while the roof has 1,344 fiber optic points to show the starry sky. Eight of these symbols still mimic the stars randomly shooting across the ceiling.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge — Photo: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars São Paulo/Sposito Studios

On the instrument panel, the hands of the clock and needle of painting in instruments digitally painted in red serves as a reminder that Cullinan’s Black Badge is not just a perfume.

Cullinan Black Badge Interior — Photo: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars São Paulo/Sposito Studios

That’s because the brand gave more power from the V12 6.5 biturbo. O model produces 600 hp and 91.7 kgfm of torque – 29 hp and 5.1 kgfm in addition. The eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive remain unchanged.

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The luxury SUV has more than 44,000 color options

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