Saturday, 23 May 2020

Rolls-Royce Cullinan now also fits on the desk





The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is undoubtedly the largest car ever built by the Goodwood factory. Now it is also the smallest, because the technicians make copies of the Cullinan in 1: 8 scale. Handy for on your desk while working from home.




Working from home during the coronation event has an advantage, no traffic jams on the way back to the coffee maker. The disadvantage is that you never see your car again. Fortunately, Rolls-Royce has come up with a solution for buyers of the Cullinan, the British's massive SUV. They make a version eight times smaller than the original. That means it is small, but still quite large, as you can see from the gloved hand at the doors in the photos.

As the Rolls-Royce fits, the model is not a simple Chinese rip-off. It is a model made up of more than 1,000 individual parts. The exterior and interior can be fully equipped as your own Cullinan in the driveway looks. Thanks to a remote control, the lighting of the car can be switched on and all doors can of course also open. Under the hood you will find the same V12 Turbo that lives in the Cullinan. Unfortunately, the mini motor doesn't really work.

The car is on a black base and there is a glass bell jar over it. The whole is almost a meter long, so you have to have a big desk to put the car on it. Of course, the model of the Rolls is also impossibly expensive , but fortunately there is no BPM on the purchase price.


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