The Rolls-Royce Cullinan scale model probably costs more than an entry-level hatchback!
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is known to be one of the most expensive SUVs to be on sale today. This SUV also helped Rolls-Royce witness a massive 25% growth in sales in 2019 (5152 total sales) and it is gaining a lot of popularity among luxury car buyers, thanks to its road presence, comfort, technology, and of course the powerful V12 engine.
Now, Rolls-Royce has introduced a scale model of the Cullinan. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill scale model though. The 1:8 miniature of the Cullinan can take upto 450 hours to build, depending on how it is customised. Yes, customers can customise their scale models according to their tastes.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan scale model is built with 1000 individual parts. There are 40,000 colours to choose from and each car is hand painted. Customers can also opt for the same bespoke finish that they have chosen for their real cars.
The interior of the miniature also comes with crazy detailing. There’s embroidered headrests, wood finished inserts, illuminated sill plates. The seat upholstery also replicates the real car and all the doors can be opened too. That’s not all, the scale model gets fully functional lights and even the V12 engine has been neatly replicated.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan Scale Model
– Can take upto 450 hours to build
– Each scale model is hand-painted
– Gets a lot of exquisite detailing