The Rolls-Royce Cullinan worth just $ 17.000

It is an exclusive 1: 8 scale version of the famous SUV of the British brand.

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All the attention to detail and exclusivity that characterize the models manufactured by the British company Rolls-Royce were taken to a scale car, specifically to a Cullinan.

Rolls-Royce CullinamDeveloped to a 1 scale: 8 By the British brand itself, this quirky SUV measures 660mm long, 254mm wide and 228mm high. It is an authentic replica despite its tiny dimensions, since even if it is seen from the outside or by Inside, it perfectly reproduces each of the parts and design details that make up the 1: 1 vehicle.

To get an idea of ​​how detailed this Cullinan is, it is worth mentioning that it is composed of more than 1.000 pieces, according to the specifications of each client. Given such a number of components and their size, the craftsman who builds it requires more than 450 hours to complete the workThis is more than half the time it takes to put together a full-size one.

Rolls-Royce CullinamAnother detail that makes this Cullinan to scale special is that the bodywork is covered with the same paint that Rolls-Royce uses on its vehicles, with the difference that instead of painting with robots in ovens, the application is by means of a fine brush. To achieve the highest level of exclusivity, you can choose to paint it no less than 40.000 colors.

Attention to detail can also be seen in the exterior lights, which are switched on by a remote control, the exact replica of the V12 engine and the entire interior, in which the upholstery of the seats, the wooden details, the dashboard, the door handles and the steering wheel stand out.

Given all the high-quality craftsmanship that goes into this scale Cullinan, Rolls-Royce is listing each unit for a starting price of $ 17.000, much less than the $ 300.000 that the real version comes out.

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