A trio of Rolls-Royce Motor cars from the Black Badge Neon Nights collection in Mirabeau Blue, Lime Rock Green and Eagle Rock Red A trio of Rolls-Royce Motor cars from the Black Badge Neon Nights collection in Mirabeau Blue, Lime Rock Green and Eagle Rock Red A trio of Rolls-Royce Motor cars from the Black Badge Neon Nights collection in Mirabeau Blue, Lime Rock Green and Eagle Rock Red A trio of Rolls-Royce Motor cars from the Black Badge Neon Nights collection in Mirabeau Blue, Lime Rock Green and Eagle Rock Red

NEON NIGHTS

Bespoke Colour

Motor cars that arise from the shadows in a shocking blaze of colour. Enlivened with neon pigment, the Bespoke lacquers take inspiration from alien hues occurring in nature.

True reflections of Black Badge, they are striking in aesthetic and subversive in attitude.

Rolls-Royce Dawn Black Badge CO2 emission: 371 g/km ; Fuel consumption: 17.3 mpg / 16.3 l/100km #

Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge CO2 emission: 367 g/km ; Fuel consumption: 17.5 mpg / 16.1 l/100km #

Black Badge Cullinan CO2 emission: 343g/km (Combined); Fuel consumption: 18.7mpg / 15.1l/100km (Combined) #

A darkened shot of the Rolls-Royce Neon Nights bespoke collection showing a Cullinan, Wriath and Dawn Black Badge in  Mirabeau Blue, Lime Rock Green and Eagle Rock Red
A shot of the Rolls-Royce Neon Nights bespoke collection showing a Cullinan, Wriath and Dawn Black Badge in  Mirabeau Blue, Lime Rock Green and Eagle Rock Red

Lime Rock Green

WRAITH

The ultimate grand tourer in a poisonous hue made famous by a deadly species of Australian tree frog.

A dark background highlighted by vertical stripes of Lime Rock Green

Mirabeau Blue

CULLINAN

An all-terrain SUV in a hypnotic blue inspired by the ‘rhetus periander’ — a rare butterfly inhabiting the cloud forests of Mexico and Ecuador.

A dark background highlighted by vertical stripes of Mirabeau Blue

Eagle Rock Red

DAWN

A drophead coupé in a fiery red created for the ʻōhiʻa lehua flower; a tenacious Hawaiian bloom that blossoms through volcanic rock.

A dark background highlighted by vertical stripes of Eagle Rock Red.

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The fuel efficiency specifications are determined according to the European Regulation (EC) 715/2007 in the version applicable at the time of type approval. The figures shown consider optional equipment and the different size of wheels and tyres available on the selected model. Changes of the configuration can lead to changes of the values.

The figures marked with (*) are based on the new test (WLTP) and are translated back into outgoing test (NEDC) in order to ensure a comparison between the vehicles.

The figures marked with (#) are already based on the new test (WLTP).

For vehicle related taxes or other duties based (at least inter alia) on CO2 emissions the CO2 values may differ to the values stated here. They do not relate to any one particular vehicle, nor are they part of any offer made, rather they are solely for the purpose of comparing different kinds of vehicle.  

Further information about the official fuel consumption and the specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be taken out of the "Guide to Fuel Consumption, CO2 Emissions and Electricity Consumption of New Passenger Cars", which is available at all selling points and at https://www.gov.uk/co2-and-vehicle-tax-tools/ in the United Kingdom, https://www.dat.de/co2/ in Germany and or your local government authority.