Nigeria’s super rich feels Rolls Royce SUV hospitality

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From the timeless appeal of Phantom to the fearless attitude and looks of the Black Badge, it was indeed an evening of great fun, popping of champaigns, exquisite meal and networking and sealing of business deals among the Nigeria’s super rich and the upwardly mobile gathered at the residence of the deputy British High Commissioner (BHC) to Nigeria to welcome the first ever Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) from the Rolls-Royce Motor automakers.

The event afforded the super rich exclusive audience, collectors and prospective clients of the super luxury British automaker to experience the all-new Cullinan, world’s most expensive SUV in an exclusive luxury setting.

The Rolls Royce Cullinan luxury nameplate led a roll call of different other variants of Rolls-Royce cars parked on the green lawn before guests were ushered into the expansive dining area for dinner. On the list of the Rolls-Royce’s roll call of honours in addition to the Cullinan were the new Phantom and the Black Badge Ghost.

As guests arrived, most of them entered into the lush green residence ambience of the the British envoy’s to Nigeria in their classy Rolls-Royce cars. It was a roll call of exclusive owners of the brand in Nigeria whose identity is jealously guarded with utmost respect, secrecy and confidentiality. Driving into the venue by these set of privileged Nigerians was as if, owning a Rolls-Royce car was the ultimate visa to be a part of the dinner.

While the mystery and secrecy surrounding the Rolls Royce pricing details makes it a difficult disclosure by most franchise owners across the globe due to customer’s individual customisation, checks on pricing details of the new Cullinan SUV indicates that it costs between $250,000 and $425,000.

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