This Rolls-Royce Cullinan scale model looks like the real thing
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan 1: 8 scale model has a starting price of $ 17,000 (Rs 12.95 lakh), the cost can go well over $ 40,000 (Rs 30.48 lakh) according to customization
Rolls-Royce is known around the world as one of the most luxurious car manufacturers and has always been appreciated for its attention to detail. This claim remains true as the British auto giant moves towards making scale models. Here is a video from the YouTuber Blondie Supercar detailing a 1: 8 scale model of Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
For starters, an RR Cullinan scale model comes with a starting price of $ 17,000, but the one shown in the video has been customized and costs $ 40,000. This price could be even higher depending on the level of personalization you sign up for. The video begins with the YouTuber opening the trunk of the white Rolls-Royce Cullinan model to retrieve his remote control.
The remote controls all lights outside, as well as inside. According to the YouTuber, the scale model contains over 1,000 handmade components, and the attention to detail is breathtaking. It takes over 450 hours to build each scale model from scratch, which means building the 1: 8 model takes more than half the time it takes to assemble a real Cullinan.
Open the hood and you’ll find a scaled-down version of the twin-turbocharged 6.75-liter V12 petrol engine, which on the actual SUV produces 563 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque. Rolls-Royce seems to go the extra mile when creating its scale models, and the craftsmanship is truly exceptional.
Rolls-Royce aims to sell these scale models to Cullinan customers to accompany their SUV. Therefore, you can have the smallest car in any color you choose for your Cullinan. This also goes for any finishes you want inside the cabin, including the smallest details like embroidery and stitching. While the Cullinan’s 1: 8 scale model is all about the real, all it lacks is the ability to drive.
Rolls-Royce showcases the scale models in a nearly three-foot-long display case, with the replica set on a glossy black base mounted on a plinth, making it easy to view from all angles.