I Wonder, if they are bored slightly under the corona-decommissioning at Rolls-Royce? It could be something indicate, for the exclusive automaker has just launched a modelbil in size 1:18 model Cullinan, which you can buy.
Modelbilen takes up to 450 hours to build and consists of over 1000 components.
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the Price? Yes, it is not immediately illuminated, but the Car Magazine has investigated the matter, and to bilmediet inform Rolls-Royce, to the price of the modelbilen start at 17.000 euro, equivalent to approximately 127.000 euros. The price may, however, increase, if you choose special solutions, or you have additional requirements to the specifications of your Cullinan modelbil.
For 127.000 dollars can you in Denmark buy a brand new Hyundai i10 - in real size - and still have of 27,000 dollars in profits.
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the Model is handmade, and you will find all sorts of details from the real Cullinan reproduced in the size of 1:18. Photo: Rolls-Royce
Modelbilen will probably mostly be sold to people who have a Rolls-Royce Cullinan in advance, or who have plans to buy one, but actually you can also buy one, even if you're not the Rolls-Royce owner.
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Mini-Cullinan will be hand-built at 450 hours, which is half of what it takes to build a genuine Cullinan.
Modelbilen is being built as a faithful copy of the original, and it will say that it has working lights that can be operated via a remote control, and under the hood you will find a copy of its iconic 6,75-litre V12 engine. Modelbilen may, however, after all, does not run.
in turn, you can select among the 40,000 different colours, so you can get the model in the same color as your real Cullinan.
When you open the doors on the modelbilen, you can also find details from the real Cullinan.
- It demonstrates and reminds us that as a company it applies to inspire greatness in all sizes. It's not just about the big things. We will achieve greatness in everything we do, down to the smallest of products and the smallest details, says Torsten Müller-Ötvös, who is the adm. director of the Rolls-Royce, in a press release.
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