Just before the pandemic hit, Rolls Royce was proud to showcase their latest model: The Cullinan Black Badge. It’s a wilder take an on already wild SUV: the Black Badge series ascends the Rolls Royce lineup to new levels with more power, more personalization, and more presence. It is, by any measure, the most bespoke lineup of vehicles on Terra Firma, and now the Rolls SUV joins the family.
With a majority of tuning under the belt, and with drivability better than ever, I’ve finally been given the opportunity to drive the Model A in a more casual manner. After work yesterday, I decided to drive the old truck home, and couldn’t help but stop for photos along the way. Following the latest daily grind, we’re back with the latest StanceWorks Desktop Wallpaper of the Model A. As always, you know the drill: simply right-click and save-as for the full resolution shot.
“Better late than never,” they seem to say. It’s been more than a year since my latest project made its debut with H&R Springs, center stage, at SEMA 2018. After a blisteringly-fast 6-month build, I turned up the day of roll in, excited to show the world what I had been working on through the summer and fall months of the year.
“Who has time to go to a cars & coffee meet on a Wednesday morning?” We do, apparently, and surprisingly, we’re not alone. Our friends at Race Service have been hosting weekly “Rise and Shine” sessions, each one themed in a new and creative way. From 9 to noon on Wednesday mornings, their aim is to celebrate bits and pieces of the automotive world, and it seems as though the flavor for this week is Shelby.
SEMA 2019 is only a few days away, and for the first time in years, we’re finally taking a break from the dreadful “SEMA Crunch.” Instead, we’re got big ambitions for SEMA 2020, giving us a bit of reprieve, without the need to take a car this year. In any case, though, we’ll still be present in person, and we hope to cross paths with any fans and friends that’ll be walking the convention center floor.