Miniature cars and scaled-down replicas of luxury vehicles are always fun to watch. The tiny cute little shapes and extraordinary detailing that goes in making of the mini cars is quite fascinating. Rolls-Royce, British luxury automobile maker have also come up with a miniature version of their luxurious Cullinan SUV. The automaker has created a 1:8 scale model of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. This miniature replica is a limited edition model which will set you back around $27,000.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan 1:8 scale model is an exact and detailed replica of its full-sized version. Hand-crafted from more than 1000 individual parts, each piece is nothing less than a work of art. Assembling these components can take over 450 hours which according to Rolls-Royce is more than half the time needed to build a full-size Cullinan. Thus, it clearly shows the level of craftsmanship and hard work that has gone into the making of these replicas.
Interestingly, each model is hand-painted and polished using the same paint that is used on Rolls-Royce cars. Customers can choose from 40,000 colors or can match the color of their own Rolls-Royce. The replica Cullinan models are USB powered and comes with opening and closing features for doors and luggage compartment. Besides that, the engine under the hood is also an exact replica of the one that powers the real version. The mini Cullinan also comes with remote operated exterior lights.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan 1:8 scale replica model is available in Tungsten and Artic White. The miniature replica is set on a gloss-black base mounted on a plinth and encased in a removable Perspex cover. The scale model starts at $27,000 with many customization options available. This luxury collectible is presented in a 3 feet long display case.
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