₦800 Million Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV Cut in Two, Parts Removed for Salvage

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In a striking yet disheartening sight, footage has emerged showcasing a once prestigious Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV, now reduced to a half-cut, stripped-down vehicle. The video, circulated on the social media platforms of Auto Trads based in the United Arab Emirates, reveals the sorry state of this luxurious automobile.

Auto Trads specializes in sharing videos of severely damaged vehicles that are up for online auction. Many of these vehicles hold the potential to undergo repairs and find their way back onto the roads, embarking on a new journey of utility.

Rolls-Royce (Credits: Copart)

However, unlike the majority of automobiles featured on Auto Trads’ pages, this particular Cullinan SUV is a different story altogether. It stands severed down the middle with a chainsaw, its front section entirely missing.

What remains is a once opulent cabin, now exposed and stripped bare, along with the compartments of the bonnet, laid bare to serve as spare parts.

While the exact circumstances leading to the demise of this white Rolls-Royce Cullinan remain unclear, it’s worth noting the extravagant cost associated with acquiring a brand-new model. The price tag for a high-riding, ultra-luxury SUV like the Cullinan exceeds $450,000, roughly translating to about ₦800 million in Nigerian currency.


By Annie Linardos

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