Rolls-Royce is taking a web page from the ’80s by introducing neon-themed special-edition automobiles. The British automaker is rolling out a handful of Wraith, Dawn, and Cullinans in vibrant colours. Oddly sufficient, all automobiles are Black Badge variants with darkish accents and elevated efficiency.
The particular Wraith Black Badge will get a Lime Rock Inexperienced coloration, impressed by the Australian inexperienced tree frog. Inside, grey leather-based seats pair with inexperienced stitching. The Daybreak convertibles are painted Eagle Rock Crimson after the flowers on an evergreen tree native to Hawaii. Gray leather-based with Koi Crimson stitching full the look. Lastly, the Cullinan incorporates a Mirabeau Blue paint job that mimics the colour of the Rhetus periander, a butterfly species present in Central and South America. Open the doorways, and you will find a white inside with inexperienced accents. A placing neon graphic will be discovered on the dashboard inside all fashions.
Do not be fooled by the brilliant colours; These vehicles pack formidable powertrains. The Wraith Black Badge makes 624 hp and 642 lb-ft of torque from a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V-12 in Black Badge guise. The Daybreak Black Badge is equally spectacular at 593 hp and 619 lb-ft. The Cullinan Black Badge is about as highly effective, and it boasts a sturdy 664 lb-ft.
Rolls-Royce initially created a neon Wraith, Daybreak, and Cullinan for the U.S., and now it is increasing the lineup to 3 additional iterations of every coloration for the world. The special-edition vehicles comply with a sequence of Black Badge pastel automobiles that debuted on the 2019 Pebble Seaside occasion.