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Rolls-Royce Unveils Black & Bright Cullinan Collection

The Rolls-Royce decided to say goodbye to 2021 with a special line-up of rather colorful Cullinan models. Dubbed the Black & Bright collection, this setup make of five very different Cullinans will definitely attract a lot of curious looks. Not just because of the colors used but also because they are quite different from the name the Rolls-Royce people chose for this ‘collection’.

It may be called Black & Bright but the colors used here are far from black. To be more precise, Rolls-Royce opted for a range of brightly colored bespoke paint jobs: Twilight Purple, Forge Yellow, Magma Red, Orange Metallic, and Turchese. According to the company, they were inspired by “the mood of Moscow as it shifts to night.” We’ll take their word for it, as we’re not exactly residents of the Russian capital city.

As peculiar as it may seem, this isn’t even the first time Rolls-Royce created a ‘Black & Bright’ Collection, this one following in the footsteps of another, made up of Wraith models, launched a couple of years ago by the Moscow branch. What the two collections have in common though is that they are made up of Black Badge versions of the cars. At least in that regard, the ‘black’ part of the showcase does ring true.

“Having seen the first Black & Bright cars on the streets of Moscow, customers asked us to create a new collection based on a luxury SUV from Rolls-Royce. In it we have embodied the same daring spirit and even more confident character, – says Tatyana Fitzgerald, Managing Director of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow. “This collection of five pieces of the world’s most luxurious SUV, the Black Badge Cullinan, perfectly captures the powerful energy of a city that never sleeps. It is a vivid interpretation of the mysterious spirit of Black Badge that takes Rolls-Royce luxury into a new dimension. “

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