Rolls-Royce‘s full Black Badge product portfolio will be on display at Goodwood Festival of Speed. Presented on the Festival’s Laundry Green, adjacent to Goodwood House, will be a selection of highly Bespoke commissions – Black Badge Wraith, Black Badge Dawn, Black Badge Cullinan and Black Badge Ghost. Each commission reveals an owner’s aesthetic tastes and the marque’s peerless craftsmanship.
Black Badge, the highly successful alter ego of Rolls-Royce, now represents 27% of commissions worldwide. It is codified by Leminscate, the mathematical symbol that represents a potential infinity, and that was applied to Sir Malcom Campbell’s record-breaking Rolls-Royce powered Blue Bird K3 hydroplane. Today it can be found within the Black Badge motor car’s interior.
For this year’s Festival of Speed, Rolls-Royce presents five new creations, inspired by its clients’ wishes.
Launched in late 2021, Black Badge Ghost is tRolls-Royce’s most technologically advanced Black Badge motor car yet. A Galileo Blue and Black exterior finish reflect the dramatic goal of this Black Badge Ghost commission. There are striking Red brake callipers and a single wheel centre pinstripe in Galileo Blue as well. The blue theme is carried through to the interior, with the seat piping and Bespoke interior leather in Galileo Blue. The second Black Badge Ghost model is on display in the VIP area. It features a vibrant Lime Green coachwork and a dark carbon fibre Spirit of Ecstasy.
Black Badge Cullinan is presented in Dark Olive with a single Mandarin coachline and Mandarin brake callipers. A milled carbon fibre Spirit of Ecstasy graces the bonnet, and 22-inch Black Badge wheels refine the exterior style.
Black Badge Dawn open-top car is presented in a striking two-tone, Jasmine with Black. This commission represents the notions of adventure and freedom. This bold and powerful two-tone treatment is also applied to the steering wheel, and the flanks of its bold coachwork are underscored by 21-inch Black Badge wheels.
Black Badge Wraith is presented in Tucana Purple, with the upper body in Black. A Mandarin coachline showcases the marque’s surface finish capabilities. Inside, a Mandarin and Black theme creates a dramatic and powerful aesthetic.
In addition to the four cars presented on the stand, a Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost will take to the hill climb up to four times a day in the exclusive ‘First Glance’ showcase. A Rolls-Royce Black Badge Wraith will join the cars in the ‘Michelin Supercar Run’. Both motor cars can be admired in their Paddocks between their scheduled high-speed outings. Other Rolls-Royce motor cars attending the Festival of Speed include a Black Badge Dawn as a Courtesy Car and a Black Badge Cullinan as a Festival Course Safety Car.
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