Rolls-Royce Dawn, Wraith and Cullinan get new neon colour options

Rolls-Royce Dawn, Wraith and Cullinan get new neon colour options

29th Nov 2020 8:00 am

The new Neon Nights variants are based on the Black Badge versions; will be limited to just four of each model worldwide.

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The Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Dawn and Wraith ranges have expanded with the introduction of three extremely limited-run neon-style variants.

  • There will be just four of each of the Cullinan, Dawn and Wraith Neon Nights available
  • Powertrains same as the Black Badge versions

The Neon Nights special cars are characterised by vivid paint finishes, inspired by exotic plants and animals, according to Rolls-Royce. They were initially created for clients in the US but Rolls-Royce has expanded the offering worldwide, although only four of each model will be available.

Rolls Royce Wraith Neon Nights

The Wraith variant replaces the standard Black Badge model’s dark look with a near-luminous lime green exterior, which, Rolls-Royce says, is inspired by the Australian green tree frog. Inside, the Neon Nights Wraith gains grey leather with lime green accents.

 

Rolls Royce Dawn Neon Nights

For the Neon Nights Dawn, Rolls-Royce has added a vibrant red exterior finish, called Eagle Rock Red. This paint is said to emulate the flowers of the Hawaiian ‘Ōhi‘a lehua tree. The interior is finished with grey leather and red detailing.

 

Rolls Royce Cullinan Neon Nights

The final variant is the Neon Nights Cullinan, which comes with an eye-catching bright blue exterior and white leather with green piping and stitching inside. The limited-run Cullinan’s colour comes from the exotic American butterfly Rhetus periander, which is known for its vibrant blue wings.

 

Rolls Royce Neon Nights interior and powertrain

All three Neon Nights cars also add a neon finish to the Black Badges’ fibre dashboard fascia.

The powertrains are unchanged from those of their Black Badge base cars. The Neon Nights Wraith is powered by a 633hp twin-turbocharged V12, transmitting power to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The Dawn variant gets its energy from a 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 that generates 601hp and the Cullinan makes 600hp from its 6.75-litre V12.

It was in January this year, that Rolls-Royce brought the Cullinan Black Badge to India. At Rs 8.20 crore (ex-showroom, India), it is currently the most expensive SUV on sale in the country.

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