It's built using over 1,000 individual components.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the luxury automaker's first-ever SUV that helped the company achieve staggering sales records last year. Measuring 210 inches long, 85 inches wide with mirrors, and 72 inches high with a 130-inch wheelbase, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is an absolute behemoth in all the ways one would want a Roll-Royce to be. Although now, customers can buy a much smaller version of the opulent SUV, as Rolls-Royce is offering clients 1:18 scale models of the Cullinan that reproduce every detail with painstaking accuracy.
Every miniature Cullinan is crafted by hand to the client's specification and is built using over 1,000 individual components. Rolls-Royce says this process can take up to 450 hours - that's over half of the time it takes to build a full-sized Cullinan.
The Cullinan replica is hand-painted using Rolls-Royce color-matched paint before being hand-polished to the brand's exacting specification. Even the coachline is applied using a fine brush just like the real Cullinan. Customers can have their miniature Cullinan finished in one of around 40,000 standard available colors or replicate their own bespoke finish. The replica also features working exterior lights controlled by a Cullinan-branded remote control and the SUV's 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 is replicated under the hood.
Opening the coach doors activates illuminated treadplates and the interior has been authentically recreated with the same attention to detail as the real Cullinan, from the headrest embroidery and wood finishes to seat piping and stitching.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is presented in a display case measuring 39 inches long and is set on a gloss-black base mounted on a plinth. The Perspex window can also be removed allowing owners to marvel at the model in closer detail. Rolls-Royce hasn't announced pricing details for the replica, but there's a good chance it costs more than your actual car.
"This scale replica brings a new dimension to Cullinan's Effortless, Everywhere philosophy. Our super-luxury SUV is now as perfectly at ease in the serene surroundings of its owner's residence as it is in the most challenging and hostile terrain on Earth," said Torsten Müller-Otvos, Chief Executive of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. "It demonstrates, and reminds us as a company, that Inspiring Greatness applies at every scale. It is not just about the big things: we seek and achieve greatness in everything we do, down to the smallest item and minutest detail."