Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge Custom Forged Wheel Rims.
Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge Custom Forged Wheel Rims in 22 Inch size finished in Beluga Black gloss are nothing less but stunners. Since another winter season is coming, it does not mean that you have to put your Rolls Royce Cullinan into the garage and say goodbye till next year. In fact, LOMA Monte Carlo Star Wheels are anodized and powder coated, and so, of course, you can drive in style thru the snow to Saint Moritz or wherever you want to go. An excellent choice would be to drive beside your LOMA Summer rims also a set of LOMA Winter rims in 21-Inches, but if you wish, you can mount 22-Inches or 23-Inches and enjoy the white time all day long. Don't forget that your Cullinan is made for the off-road drive too, so driving through winter conditions is a piece of cake for you and for him. Why not operate in fashion? Don't hesitate to contact us today.
2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge is the one to get.
Despite what you might think from its name, there's more to this Rolls-Royce Cullinan than some black paint and dark-chrome finish. Sure, the Black Badge treatment mainly caters to folks who want all the lavishness of a six-figure SUV with a slightly more under-the-radar approach. But I'll actually argue that the best thing about this SUV isn't what you can see. It's what you can't. The 6.75-liter V12 engine gets a small but noticeable boost in power for starters, thanks to an ECU reflash. The standard Cullinan puts out a not-insubstantial 563 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque, but the Black Badge ups that to 592 hp and 664 lb-ft. There's a sport drive setting, too -- activated by pressing the "Low" button on the gear stalk -- that improves throttle response and unlocks a more aggressive shift logic for the eight-speed automatic transmission.
It really works, too; the Black Badge Cullinan has some newfound pep in its step. You can feel the added power under acceleration. I like how the transmission is more than willing to immediately drop a gear or two when I lay into the throttle. The Black Badge gets a new exhaust system, with a sort of aural playfulness you wouldn't expect from a brand that's usually so buttoned up. It'll catch you off guard at first, but I promise, those pops and burbles are coming from the Cullinan, not some other car.