The Rolls Royce Cullinan

The ultimate Rolls Royce toy car

Toy cars can be the perfect gift for someone who is mad for motors, whether they are played with or simply proudly displayed.

Scrap Car Comparison wanted to take a look at one of the world’s most expensive toy cars and share with you what makes it so special. Can you guess how much it costs?

Introducing the ultimate boutique accessory from the Rolls Royce collection, the Rolls Royce Cullinan 1:8 scale model.

The Rolls Royce Cullinan is the world’s most expensive series-production SUV. As a 1:8 scale model of the full-size car, the toy Cullinan is a work of art in its own right.

Each model is put together by hand, with over 1,200 individually crafted components. It takes over 450 man-hours to build this mini replica, over half the time it takes to create a full size Cullinan.

Adding the finishing touches to the CullunanImage source: Rolls Royce Motor Cars

Pure craftsmanship

When it comes to Rolls Royce, nothing but perfection and impeccable craftsmanship will do. The toy Cullinan features fully functioning exterior lights, including headlights, hazard lights and a rear parking light.

The interior lights beam across the dashboard, lighting up the speedometer with tiny numbers and impressive detail.

The air con vents and dials are finished to perfection with miniature numbers and buttons. Many of the same materials used in this toy car are the same on a full-scale Cullinan, such as wood trim and headrest embroidery – talk about attention to detail!

Impeccable detail

The 1:8 replica exudes sleek and unmistakable Rolls Royce design. The Spirit of Ecstasy is embossed on the side panels of the doors, so small you can barely see it.

The rear passenger doors open up to expose the headrests and seat piping, smartly woven to absolute precision.

The sides of the doors reveal a little Rolls Royce umbrella, while the seats feature miniature seatbelts that move with a gentle touch.

The Cullinan model also boasts illuminated tread plates, an adjustable parcel shelf, a glass divider in the boot and foldable boot door, complete with tiny buttons and the famous Rolls Royce badge. It even has a sensor on the front, mirroring its full-size counterpart.

The miniature Cullinan can be commissioned in any of the 40,000 standard Rolls Royce colours, plus any other hues you can think of, for an extra charge of course. The SUV’s 42 standard interiors can also be customised for a bespoke finish.

Rolls Royce Cullinan viewed from the rearImage source: Rolls Royce Motor Cars

Next level technology

An iPhone style remote controls the doors, bonnet, hatch and tailgate, so at the click of a button they can be opened and set to the desired position.

The remote also locks and unlocks the car, turns on the headlights and hazards and makes the interior glisten as the model comes to life.

The bonnet opens up to reveal the iconic 6.75 litre twin turbo v12 engine which is so beautifully detailed, you would think you were looking at the real deal.

Just like the Rolls Royce Cullinan, the miniature version can be customised to your heart’s content. You could even match it to your own Cullinan – if you’re lucky enough to drive one.

While it may be small in size, it comes with a rather hefty price tag. The starting price for the 1:8 Cullinan replica is £13,000 and increases with each personalised touch. It comes within its own perspex case which displays the Cullinan and its various panels in any position.

This is Team Scrap Car Comparison’s dream Rolls Royce. Keep working hard guys!

The Rolls Royce Wraith in Mexico Blue
Image source: Rolls Royce

 
 

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