Mukesh Ambani and his fleet of ultra-luxury cars have always been a visual treat for enthusiasts whenever they are seen in action as part of the Z+ security convoy on the roads of Mumbai. Of all the cars in Mukesh Ambani’s car collection, the Petra Gold-colored Rolls-Royce Cullinan has consistently been guarded by the security personnel’s vehicles. Now, the richest man in India has added one more Rolls-Royce Cullinan to his car collection. And this time, it’s the more expensive and exclusive Black Badge Edition of the SUV that he has given as a gift to his wife Nita Ambani. The Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge costs Rs 8.2 crore, ex-showroom and about Rs 10 crore, on road, without any extra customisation option. This makes Nita Ambani’s Cullinan Black Badge the most expensive car gift of India.
In a recent video posted by “CS 12 Vlogs” on YouTube, Mukesh Ambani’s new Tuscan Sun-colored Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge Edition is seen amidst the security personnel’s vehicles, which include the MG Gloster, Toyota Fortuner, Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Land Rover Discovery, and Mercedes-Benz V-Class. Finished in this new shade of orange, the new Cullinan Black Badge is accompanied by Mukesh Ambani’s other Cullinan, which is finished in a shade of Petra Gold.
Compared to the standard Cullinan, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge features a slew of gloss black highlights on the exterior, including the iconic “Spirit of Ecstasy,” giving it a more authoritative and grand presence. It shares the same 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 petrol engine with the standard Cullinan, although it is in a higher state of tune.
Compared to the standard Cullinan, which claims 571 PS of maximum power, the Cullinan Black Badge claims a maximum power output of 600 PS. Even the maximum torque output has increased from the 850 Nm claimed by the standard Cullinan to the 900 Nm torque output claimed by the Cullinan Black Badge. However, like the standard Cullinan, the top speed of the Cullinan Black Badge is capped at 250 kmph.
The interior of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge has also been made more regal in appearance and feel with more exquisite materials, making it one of the most premium SUVs one can buy in the world. Some components in the interior of the Cullinan Black Badge are finished in carbon fiber, while the leather upholstery is based on a black color scheme.
Multiple Cullinan Black Badge owners
Mukesh Ambani is not the first high-profile personality in India to own a Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge, as even Shah Rukh Khan bought one for himself a few months ago in a subtler shade of white. The Cullinan Black Badge currently serves as the flagship vehicle from Rolls-Royce, whose lineup also includes the Phantom VIII and Ghost sedans.