A real Rolls-Royce Cullinan starts at around $325,000 USD and is a full-sized luxury SUV named after the Cullinan Diamond, the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever found. For those who have always wanted one and have $21,000 USD to spare? There’s this 2005 Lincoln Aviator-based knockoff that comes complete with butterfly doors as well as new seats.
You’re looking at the world’s first and only Rolls-Royce Amethyst Droptail, which was commissioned by a client and inspired by his son’s birthstone. The veneer aft deck is the largest wood surface ever produced by Rolls-Royce as well as the only aerodynamically functional wood surface on a new motor car.
Photo credit: Al Yasid
When muscle car meets Rolls-Royce, you get the RLolls Royce, an interesting concept by automotive designer Al Yasid. Right off the bat, you’ll notice the shaker scoop, or the air intake for combustion air mounted directly atop of the engine’s air cleaner and protrudes through a large hole in the hood.
Limited to 12-units worldwide, the Rolls-Royce Black Badge Wraith Black Arrow is the company’s last V12 coupe ahead of its all-electric future. Finished in Gradient Paint, which combines Celebration Silver and Black Diamond, there are Bright Yellow bumper inserts as well as bespoke wheel pinstripes to finish off the ultra sleek exterior.
Have $629,800 USD and watch a custom Rolls-Royce? You’re in luck, that will get you a Rolls-Royce Cullinan Keyvany Edition, limited to just 20-units worldwide, with just 691-miles on the odometer. What does that entail? An ultra luxurious SUV that has a full Keyvany Aero Carbon Package, which includes a new carbon fiber front bumper with LED light bar, widebody fenders, side skirts, rear diffuser, roof spoiler, and more.