Rolls-Royce declines the Cullinan, Wraith and Dawn Black Badge into a rather flashy Neon Nights series.
It is now clear, the Rolls-Royce Black Badge are not necessarily black. After having declined three models of this muscular range in pastel colors in 2019, the manufacturer from Goodwood is back with a Neon Nights edition composed of a Cullinan Black Badge, a Wraith Black Badge and a Dawn Black Badge in “fluorescent” body colors.
The Bespoke customization department of Rolls-Royce says it was inspired by nature to design these colors. Thus the blue “Mirabeau Blue” set of the Cullinan has its origin in the Rhetus periander butterfly found in Central and South America. Its interior is equipped with contrasting white leather upholstery.
by acid green “Lime Rock Green” elements.
This same green, inspired by White’s Oceania Frog, is the dominant Wraith body color in this collection and provides a contrast to the dark grey leather of the interior upholstery.
As for the Dawn, it features an “Eagle Rock Red” red body color based on the flower of the Hawaiian plant Ōhi’a lehua, while a light grey leather with red stitching adorns the interior.
These three cars were originally made for American customers, but Rolls-Royce has decided to market three additional copies of each of these models. Their price was not revealed.