Rolls-Royce showed a detailed model of the Cullinan. It is collected manually 450 hoursMay 22, 2020
The car has a 1:8 scale interior, like the original, and the headlights work
Rolls-Royce introduced a detailed copy of the Cullinan crossover in a 1: 8 scale. It takes 450 hours to assemble each instance of the collection model – twice as much as they spend on assembling a real machine. Her doors, trunk open, and the interior is almost exactly the same as the original.
Each Rolls-Royce Cullinan scale model is custom-made and consists of more than a thousand parts. The car body is painted and polished by hand: you can choose one of 40,000 catalog shades or, together with the specialists of the Bespoke department, develop your own. The collection crossover is equipped with an exact copy of the twin-turbo V12 6.75 engine and working lighting equipment.
The interior design is also up to par: the seats are upholstered in genuine leather, veneers are used to decorate the front panel, and the door sill is decorated with decorative lining with backlight. The future owner has the right to choose the color and type of delay, the edging and even put embroidery in the shape of a family coat of arms on the armchairs. The “toy” crossover comes in a case about a meter long, with a glossy black pedestal and a transparent display case that can be removed to take a closer look at the car.
Thorsten Muller-Otvos, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, said: “This large-scale Cullinan model takes the“ luxury on any surface ”philosophy to a new level. Now our luxurious SUV feels at ease both in a relaxed atmosphere within the walls of its owner’s house and in the most difficult and aggressive road conditions. ”
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