The Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge was introduced at 8.2 Crore (ex-showroom) in India, costs naturally vary depending on added features and customization options. The black badge the Cullinan wears means a permanent, custom-made motor car family that defined the taste patterns of a developing elite-class consumer generation. The Black Badge made its 2016 appearance with the Wraith and Ghost followed by the 2017 Dawn. Like those versions, even the Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge sports the black paint tone, which said buyers have the option of choosing from the 44,000 paint shade options available to the company.
You can also see highlights completed in high gloss black chrome on the outside, for example on the surrounding front grille, side frame finishers, boot handle, boot trim, lower air inlet finish and exhaust pipes amongst others. The Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Edition runs on 22-inch polished alloy wheels, exclusively reserved for the Cullinan Black Label. The brake calipers are coated in high gloss red paint that has been developed specifically to withstand the rigors of high temperatures produced by the improved braking system of the motor car.
Rolls Royce and bespoke are almost interchangeable and that's accurate for the cabin in particular. There are plenty of tailor-made customization options, whether it's upholstery color, cloth fabrics used, magic roof theme or trim inlays, you can customize everything to match your style. And the emphasis is still in the rear, of course, in which most customers spend all their time with the Cullinan. While the rear seats receive 12-inch high-definition touchscreen monitors placed at the back of the front seats. The system will come with a Blue-Ray disc, a digital TV, and the next-generation Rolls-Royce audio system is backed by 18 microphones. The Cullinan arrives with night vision feature, pedestrian and wildlife warning, an Alertness Assistant, 4-cameras with panoramic view, adaptive cruise control, Wi-Fi hotspot, and a head-up display on the technology side. There is also a crash, cross-traffic, and lane departure warnings for extra safety.
The same 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine is under the Black Badge Cullinan's hood, though it gets a completely new exhaust system. The engine now generates more than before 28 bhp, and 50 Nm. Energy on the Black Badge Cullinan is rated at 592 bhp whilst a huge torque of 900 Nm is usable. The8-speed gearbox and front and rear steering axles of ZF work together just to improve stability and flexibility. Changes in suspension components and configurations provide an appropriate balance of dynamism and precision to the range of versatile technologies.