UK Collector Commissions Five Bespoke Rolls-Royce Cullinans

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Collecting bespoke Rolls-Royce cars is a hobby for this UK entrepreneur.

Most of us can only dream of owning a swanky Rolls-Royce, but for UK entrepreneur Reuben Singh, collecting expensive Rolls-Royce cars is a hobby. Back in 2017, Singh became famous when he shared photos of his seven Rolls-Royce cars with different colors matching his seven turbans.

Since then, his collection has expanded to include the Jewel Collection, a selection of six bespoke Rolls-Royce cars finished in colors inspired by rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. Now, Reuben has commissioned five bespoke Rolls-Royce Cullinans that form the Festival of Lights collection, which celebrates the Diwali festival.

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One of the standout cars in the collection is a one-off Cullinan called Kesari. Based on a Cullinan Black Badge, Kesari is painted in a unique shade of orange that is significant to the Sikh religion. There is also a treadplate that reads "Kesari Special Commission," highlighting its exclusivity.

Singh describes the one-off Cullinan as "a tribute to my heritage. A statement of my individuality. An expression of my belief, that everyone has the right to do what they want." He added that "above all, Kesari is dedicated to the courage and sacrifice made by all those who help others."

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The Festival of Lights collection also includes unique Diamond (black) and Flame (red) Cullinan commissions. Four out of the five Cullinans are Black Badge models. The unique collection was presented to Singh at the Rolls-Royce factory by senior directors of Roll-Royce and the designers of the Cullinan.

Mechanically, the bespoke Rolls-Royce Cullinans are identical to the standard SUV. Under the hood is a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 engine producing 563 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque in the standard model and 592 hp/664 lb-ft in the Black Badge. It isn't known how much this one-of-a-kind Rolls-Royce Cullinan collection costs, but the luxury SUV starts at $330,000 so it's safe to say it had a seven-figure price tag. It's also safe to say that Singh must have one of the largest Rolls-Royce Cullinan collections in the world.

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