Rolls-Royce Black And Bright Collection Is A Celebration Of Color

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Say "no" to black, white, and silver.

Every Rolls-Royce car is special, but some are more special than others. The Black Badge models, for instance, add more power and special exterior/interior touches. If you're a really special customer, Rolls will even build you a special model (like the Neon Lights Edition) on top of Black Badge treatments.

Recently, a dealership in Moscow, Russia ordered a set of Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badges finished in several outrageous colors. The result is the Cullinan Black and Bright Collection, a bespoke set of five cars sold only in Russia. The five colors are Magma Red, Forge Yellow, Twilight Purple, Turchese (baby blue), and Orange Metallic. No boring shades like white or silver here. Each of the bright colors are unique to the Black and Bright Collection.

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Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow

Aside from the stellar colors, the Black and Bright Collection gets the upgrades from the Cullinan Black Badge. This means the 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine is tuned to produce 600 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. Inside, each car features special Rolls-Royce carbon fiber, which takes 21 days to make because of the intricate lacquer process involving six coats. On top of the traditional craftsmanship on the carbon fiber, the Black and Bright cars receive unique stripes on the dash to match the exterior color. Combined with bold exterior-matching leather, these interiors really pop off the screen.

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Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow

All five cars come with a door sill plaque that reads, "Black and Bright. Special build for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow." We aren't sure how much the dealership will charge for these special edition models, but we have to imagine bespoke paint and interior upholstery isn't cheap from Rolls-Royce. A "standard" Cullinan Black Badge already costs a hefty $382,000, so we imagine these five are optioned close to or above the $500,000 mark. They will likely sell out quickly, but there's no reason a customer couldn't ask Rolls to build something similar.

Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow
Rolls-Royce Moscow

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