Rolls-Royce is offering a number of different hues on its sportier range. Now the company is brightening those models up even further with a new ‘Neon Nights’ paint selection, which adds a trio of eye-catching color options to the Black Badge trim for the first time.
For the Cullinan Black Badge, the Mirabeau Blue paint was inspired by the Rhetus periander exotic butterfly found in Central and South America. It’s contrasted with an Arctic White leather interior with detailing in Lime Rock Green.
The Wraith, meanwhile, gets the full Lime Rock Green paint treatment outside – this color is said to be inspired by the Australian green tree frog. It’s contrasted with a Scivaro Grey leather interior with accents and stitching in the same luminous Lime Rock Green hue.
Finally, there is the Dawn Black Badge coated in Eagle Rock Red paint; this shade can be found in the flowers of a Hawaiian evergreen tree that is native to the region. Inside, the Dawn boasts a Selby Grey leather cabin with piping and stitching in Koi Red. One of the most dramatic aspects of all the cars’ interiors is the graphic in the Technical Fiber facia, with its neon glow that Rolls-Royce says “depicts the distortion of artificial light with speed.”
“Neon Nights is a vibrant trilogy of Rolls-Royce Black Badges, whose inspiration comes from nature,” said Sami Coultas, Bespoke Designer of Color & Trim at Rolls-Royce. “These limited hues show Black Badge bolder in color, appealing to patrons around the world who really do dare to be different.”
The Neon Nights paint is only available in the US at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars of Rancho Mirage, California. And those interested in the same shades outside of the States will eventually be able to get their hands on them.
The company says that it will produce only three additional examples of each color for other global markets.