Recently, Rolls-Royce has unveiled a new model, the narrow-down Cullinan SUV,media reported. Although it’s a car that can’t be driven, it costs the equivalent of a brand new full-size Toyota Yaris. The 1:8 model is understood to be a once again a showcase for the British carmaker’s exquisite, sophisticated hand-crafted technology, even in detail.
Rolls-Royce is understood to have used more than 1,000 components to reproduce the full-size SUV as much as possible. Its doors, bonnet and luggage compartment sit open, and a 6.57L twin-turbo V12 engine can be seen inside the car.
In addition to the same paint as a body car, the model car is also applied by hand and then hand polished. All external lamp function, remote control operation can also be used normally. Even the interior materials inside the car are the same as the real car, with headrest embroidery, seat rollers, stitching, wood finishes and more.
So how long does it take to build such a car? –450 hours, more than half the time it takes to build a full-size Cullinan SUV.
Since such a time-consuming and well-crafted model it certainly won’t be cheap, and it’s understood to start at $171,000 – the cost of the Tungsten look and the Arctic White interior. If you want to choose a custom version, the price will rise to about $273.6 million.