As we previously covered that Mukesh Ambani bought a fourth Cullinan in the garage. The billionaire has just wrapped up the Cullinan a new multi-coloured wrap. The multi-Crore SUV has been caught on camera by CS12 Vlogs and the video has been uploaded on YouTube on their channel.
The new wrap does look very distinctive and gives the Cullinan a very unique look. There are various shades of red, pink, violet, blue and other colours that you can spot on the Cullinan. The colour changes depending on where the sun rays fall on the bodywork. The Cullinan was originally Arctic White in colour.
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Being a Rolls Royce, the Cullinan is one of the most luxurious SUVs ever made. It costs a whopping Rs. 7 Crores ex-showroom and this is the price is before you opt for any customizations or options. It is powered by a 6.8-litre V12, turbocharged petrol engine. The engine produces a maximum power output of about 560 Bhp and a peak torque of 850 Nm. It comes mated to an 8-speed torque converter automatic gearbox as standard. The power is transferred to all four wheels. So, yes, you can go off-roading in Cullinan, but we don’t really see that happening on such an expensive SUV. What also helps Cullinan is the adaptive air suspension, which can raise or lower the SUV depending on the road conditions.
The SUV comes with four-wheel steering so the rear wheels also turn when required. At slow speeds, the rear wheels turn in the opposite direction of the front wheels to shorten the wheelbase and make it easier for the SUV to manoeuvre or take U-turns. At high speeds, the rear wheels turn in the same direction as the front wheel which increases the wheelbase. Thus, helping in improving high-speed stability. Parking such a huge SUV can make the driver nervous. So, the SUV comes with a 360-degree camera view of the car with a unique bird’s eyes view camera mechanism, that shows a top-down view.
Mukesh Ambani also owns a Black Badge version of the Cullinan which costs Rs. 1.25 Crores more than the standard Cullinan. It comes with red brake callipers and 22-inch forged alloy wheels. The Black Badge is also more powerful than the standard Cullinan. It gets a 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged petrol engine. It produces a maximum power of 600 PS and a peak torque of an astounding 900 Nm. The power is about 29 PS more and the torque is 50 Nm more than the standard Cullinan.
Being the Black Badge version, the grille surrounds, Rolls Royce badging, window belt lines, boot handle, air intakes and the exhausts have been finished in Black. Rolls Royce even finished the grille surrounds, Rolls Royce badging, window belt lines, boot handle, air intakes and the exhausts have been finished in Black. All the chrome elements of the Cullinan are finished in Black except the grille. The Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge starts from Rs. 8.20 Crores ex-showroom. Rolls Royce also offers their other models as Black Badge. The Ghost, Dawn and Wraith are also offered with a Black Badge.
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