The King of the Night, the Rolls- Royce Black Badge Cullinan has arrived in Oman. Al Jenaibi International Automobiles, the authorised dealer for Rolls-Royce cars in Oman, organised an event to showcase the entire Black Badge family for the first time in the sultanate. Rolls-Royce debuted the Black Badge alter ego with Wraith and Ghost in 2016 followed by Dawn in 2017.
Today, the family is complete with the introduction of the Black Badge Cullinan – the darkest and most urban statement of Black Badge yet, a press release said. Johnny Oommen, CEO, Al Jenaibi International Automobiles, said, “It fills us with great pride to introduce the world’s pinnacle ultra-luxury SUV.
“The Cullinan SUV made luxury off-road travel a reality for the first time in history. And now the Black Badge Cullinan will enable us to meet demand from a younger generation of highly successful and adventurous consumers who occupy a new space in the superluxury market.”
On the prow of the motor car lies the defining expression of the Black Badge. The Spirit of Ecstasy mascot is presented in high gloss black chrome.
For the first time, this finish extends onto its mounting plate, creating the darkest Black Badge yet. Multiple layers of paint and lacquer are applied and hand-polished at the home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, West Sussex, representing the most comprehensive surface finish process ever applied to a solid paint colour.
The ‘Double R’ badge on the front, flanks and aft are inverted to become silver-on-black, while chrome surfaces such as the front grille surround, side frame finishers, boot handle, boot trim, lower air inlet finisher and exhaust pipes are darkened.