Bespoke Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge Was Created For A Google Exec

A bespoke Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge has been delivered to two of the car industry’s most well-known enthusiasts and collectors.


Ordered through Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Los Gatos, this Cullinan Black Badge is owned by Benjamin Sloss and his wife Christine. Benjamin is the vice president of engineering at Google and has a remarkable collection of cars that includes a Ferrari FXX K that he gifted to his wife. A couple of years ago, he also took delivery of a bespoke Rolls-Royce Dawn.

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The Sloss’s new Cullinan Black Badge is finished in a special color dubbed Pikes Peak Blue, created to their personal specification by the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective. Contrasting the blue paint are Forge Yellow accents, including the coachline, wheel pinstripes, and brake calipers. The SUV also carries the flag of Modena, just like the Sloss’s Ferrari racing cars.

The Cullinan has custom two-tone Black Badge wheels and a Spirit of Ecstasy made from a solid billet of carbon fiber. Also featured are personalized tread plates designed to match the Black Badge logo and engraved with Benjamin’s name on the driver’s side and Christine’s name on the passenger’s side.

The cabin sports hand-crafted seats clad in navy-blue leather with accent stitching and monograms in Forge Yellow. Rolls-Royce has also equipped the unique Cullinan with a brushed metal clock that includes a navy blue anodized brushed stainless steel surround and is accented with Forge Yellow. Each door panel is also adorned with Christine Sloss’s personal racing logo.

Updated: March 26, 2021 — 11:38 am

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