After all, the Silver RR emblem Rolls-Royce, a unit of BMW (OTC:BMWYY) is known for does stand as a symbol, not just in the automotive world but other areas too.
The Black Badge series’ have proven a success. The Dawn was added to the list and now the Cullinan joins the club following the same line as did the other luxury motor cars.
Setting it apart from a ‘regular’ Cullinan are the blacked out details all around. The Spirit of Ecstasy, the RR badge up front, the front grille surrounds, side frame finishers, boot handle, boot trim, lower air inlet finisher and exhaust pipes are all darkened. The wheels are specifically designed for the Cullinan Black Badge.
The engine has been upgraded to 600 HP while the torque figure went up to 900 Nm (663 lb-ft) of torque. The Black Badge Cullinan benefits from a new transmission and throttle treatment that responds a bit quicker to inputs. Changes to suspension components should offer a bit more character when the car is driven hard as well.
To Top things off, the braking bite point has been raised and pedal travel decreased. Redesigned brake disc ventilation also allows consistency in these changes while braking at elevated temperatures.
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