Rolls-Royce Built This Bespoke Black Badge Cullinan For Google’s VP Of Engineering

As is often the case with the high-rolling elite, Google Vice President of Engineering Ben Sloss boasts an impressive car collection, with everything from Ford Raptors to Ferrari FXX K’s included in its some $30 million net worth. Suffice to say — he may be a tech exec by day, but he’s a bonafide oil-blooded enthusiast by night.

For the latest addition to Sloss’s fleet, Rolls-Royce has built a bespoke Black Badge Cullinan to complement the Dawn he had delivered in 2018. Finished in a custom ‘Pikes Peak Blue’ colorway, it comes complemented by a set of hand-painted ‘Forge Yellow’ accents on the coachline, as well as some pinstripes on the wheels and a set of brake calipers to suit. What’s more, it’s been given a Modena flag — an insignia you’ll find on each of Ben and Christine Sloss’s racing Ferraris. And that’s not all; elsewhere, there’s a solid carbon fiber Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament and some tread plates personalized with the couple’s names. Finished off with an interior done up in a swathe of navy blue leather and matching anodized stainless steel, it makes for quite the eye-catching SUV. You can learn more at the link below.

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