South East Asia Premiere of the new Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan
The Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan, the darkest and most urban statement of Black Badge yet, made its South East Asia debut at The Mill on 14 January.
Resonating the Black Badge’s edgy and rebellious attitude, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Singapore converted the car park space into a private club, which vividly demonstrated the statement of the Black Badge Cullinan as ‘King of the Night’.
The invited guests indulged in an array of tantalising barbecue dishes created by Chef David Pynt from the celebrated restaurant Burnt Ends, and savoured curated cocktails inspired by the dramatic alter ego of Rolls-Royce as well as champagnes and wines served by acrobatic aerialist from midair.
With the launch of the Black Badge Cullinan, the Black Badge family is now completed. Combining luxury in its purest form with genuine practicality and off-road capability, the Black Badge Cullinan is the toughest, most powerful and unapologetic Black Badge.