Rolls-Royce has always been known as the world’s top luxury car maker, not only with the level of luxury that its cars bring, but also because they make their customers become. more luxurious and special when using your own cars. Bespoke is the name of the personalized division of Rolls-Royce, famous for a long time with extremely special art products and has contributed significantly to help customers express their specialties through Rolls-Royce.
During Easter this year, this division and one of the biggest Rolls-Royce dealers in North America – Rolls-Royce Beverly Hills, brought two Cullinan units with very special color schemes. It is a pair of Rolls-Royce Cullinan with exterior colors Bespoke Passion Pink and Bala Blue.
The Passion Pink paint color highlights this Cullinan compared to the blue one next to it. Not because blue is not as beautiful as this pink, but because it is the first and only Rolls-Royce in the world to own this color. Passion Pink is a paint color not available in the palette and Rolls-Royce Beverly Hills has teamed up with artists in the UK to create this color.
Passion Pink possesses a softer pink color when compared to Blusing Pink of Rolls-Royce before. Unlike the other paint color, the paint color on this Cullinan is finished with a metallic luster. Bright chrome details on the front bumper, grille, door handles and rear bumper make the car a luxury at first sight. Vehicles equipped with multi-spoke wheels with a beautiful design, size 22 inches.
The inner passenger compartment of this Rolls-Royce Cullinan is finished in white leather (Seashell) and black (Beluga). In addition, the interior also owns contrasting pink stitching. Natural wood and aluminum cladding details are still used throughout the interior, along with the sunroof. The single Coachline of the car is white, similar to the interior color and hand-finished like any other Rolls-Royce.
The Bala Blue paint color on the second Cullinan is not as unique as the one above, but it is also one of the rarest and least used paint colors of this brand. Previously, only a handful of Rolls-Royce had used this paint on the exterior, including the Wraith with the interior of a painting of a unique Peregrine falcon. This paint color is somewhat lighter than Yas Blue or Royal Blue but will be iridescent and not flat like Parasido Blue of the special collection that was launched at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegant two years ago.
In addition to the Bala Blue paint color, the exterior of the second Cullinan will still feature bright chrome trim elements, the “flying widow” emblem and silver seven-spoke wheels. Like its companion, the Coachline outside will be finished in Navy Blue, similar to the main interior paint color.
Navy Blue upholstery appears in almost every detail inside the cockpit, from the seats, floor mats to the dashboard and steering wheel. To create contrast, bespoke parts have added details, contours created from lighter Charles Blue skin color. Chrome-plated wood and aluminum surface are still used in decorative details such as armrests, door cladding, dashboard and function buttons inside the interior.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan is equipped with a V12 twin-turbocharged engine, 6.75 liter capacity with an 8-speed automatic transmission, producing up to 563 horsepower and maximum torque of 850 Nm. Rolls-Royce Cullinan can reach a top speed of up to 250km / h and is capable of wading up to 540mm deep.
Cullinan is developed on the Architecture of Luxury platform, similar to the 8th generation Rolls-Royce Phantm, which is why Rolls-Royce calls it a high bodied vehicle instead of an SUV. . The car has a length of 5,341 mm, a width of 2,164 mm, a height of 1,835 mm and a wheelbase of 3,295 mm. Vehicle weight up to 2,660 kg.
Launched at last Easter, now two Rolls-Royce Cullinan specially personalized by this bespoke are looking for their owners at the Rolls-Royce Beverly Hills. The current selling price of these two Cullinan is $ 409,550 for the Bala Blue paint and $ 424,375 for the Passion Pink.
Photo: O’Gara Coach, Rolls-Royce Beverly Hills
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