Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan visits Yorkshire

Rolls Royce Black Badge Cullinan

The eagerly awaited Black Badge Cullinan was unveiled in Yorkshire at a special event hosted by JCT600 to mark the launch of the latest addition to the Rolls-Royce portfolio of iconic, luxury vehicles.

Customers were able to see the new model for themselves at an exclusive viewing at Grantley Hall near Ripon. As with the marque’s other Black Badge models, the Cullinan incorporates additional power and styling. It features a 6.7-litre V12 engine which produces 600 bhp and 664 pound-feet of torque.
The Black Badge Cullinan Vantage is due to be displayed at JCT600’s showroom in Leeds in the New Year.

Jamie Taylor, head of business at Rolls-Royce Leeds, said: “With its 115 year heritage, Rolls-Royce has an unrivalled position in luxury automotive. The Black Badge Cullinan joins the Black Badge Dawn, Wraith and Ghost, giving customers more choice of ultra-luxury vehicles with higher performance and added touches of styling, both inside and out, to make them even more special.

“The Black Badge Rolls-Royce models are proving particularly popular with younger customers and we are already receiving huge interest in the Black Badge Cullinan.”

To find out more about the new Black Badge Cullinan, please contact JCT600 Rolls-Royce Leeds on 0113 531 0500.

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