Rolls-Royce meets customer request to build this detailed black Cullilinan brand
Those who live under the mantra of “money does not buy happiness” may not realize all of the wonderful things you have access to. It’s time for people to accept that with the inexhaustible cash flow, the perks that come with it are simply incomparable. For example, take the custom-built Black Badge Cullinan commissioned by Google VP of Engineering Ben Sloss. This Rolls-Royce is the latest addition to its growing lineup of cars.
The first thing you’ll notice is the Pikes Peak Blue Coat. Likewise, a yellow Forge line appears through the length Cullinan Black Badge Along the belt line. All four wheels have a yellow ring around the silver Rolls-Royce badge with brake calipers in the same coat of paint.
The dark blue shade with yellow edges extends to the interior of the luxury machine. The color range is present on the leather upholstery for seats, dash, and most other surfaces. Even the door pockets are light yellow, giving them an eye-catching contrast.
Also worth noting is the aforementioned idea on custom design hour. It’s easy to miss, but Cullinan Black Badge doors feature a personalized embroidered leather logo for a stiletto heel. Rolls-Royce says it was requested by the significant other, Sloss, who is said to love her husband’s motorsports and chariots.
Sloss has been with the internet search giant for nearly 17 years. Due to its location in one of the most valuable companies in the world, Rolls-Royce will gladly cater to everything he needs. The exclusive Cullinan Black Badge is a testament to our assumption.
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