Rolls-Royce Black Badge Models Get Limited-Run Neon Nights Paint

Colin Beresford
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Photo credit: Rolls-Royce
Photo credit: Rolls-Royce

From Car and Driver

  • Rolls-Royce's Black Badge versions of the Wraith, Dawn, and Cullinan are being offered in three limited-run Neon Nights paint colors.

  • Rolls-Royce said that the colors were inspired by nature, including a tree frog and the flower from an evergreen tree.

  • There will be just three more examples of each color available for commission, the British automaker said.

If the Rolls-Royce Black Badge models weren’t already eye-catching enough, the British automaker is making sure that a select few draw the attention of anyone in their presence with the "Neon Nights" paint jobs. There are three nature-inspired colors—in the words of Rolls-Royce—in this series which will be available on a limited number of Cullinan, Wraith, and Dawn Black Badge models.

The three colors include a Lime Rock Green, Eagle Rock Red, and Mirabeau Blue. In addition to the three models shown in the photos, Rolls-Royce said that there will be just three more examples of each color available for commission.

The Lime Rock Green sported on the Wraith is inspired by the Australian green tree frog; the interior of the sedan comes with Scivaro Grey leather along with green accents. The Dawn is shown in the Eagle Rock Red, a color which was inspired by the flower of an evergreen tree native to Hawaii and has a leather interior in Selby Grey. And the Cullinan’s Mirabeau Blue comes from a butterfly native to Central and South America which is contrasted by the Arctic White leather interior.

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