Car YouTuber Supercar Blondie compares the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge, a car that retails for $500,000 in the Middle East with the Brabus G800 to see which one comes out on top.
As with any car in this price range, it's quite hard to wrong with any choice, but there are enough differences between these two SUVs that make a comparison worth it.
Blondie got the help of her friend Bianca for this video, but did explain she was brought to act more as a cheerleader than anything.
For what it's worth, Bianca did unveil the Black Badge for viewers, explaining how the car ditched the chrome trim from the previous model and replaced it with black, giving the car an extremely sleek look. She also pointed out how the car upgraded from 21 to 22-inch rims. Another bonus the two point out is driving inside it like "marshmallows" and they hear nothing from the outside of the vehicle. All in all, it definitely sounds like Blondie and Bianca greatly enjoy the time they spent with the Rolls-Royce, which was lent to them for a review.
Eventually, they met up with their friends who had a Brabus G800 and did a comparison between the two. Obviously, both are extremely nice vehicles, but there were some things that'd help set them apart from each other. They tested how soundproof the car really was when they pulled up next to each other and couldn't even hear the other car revving.
"Let's see if we can hear them rev, here we go," Blondie said as her friends began to press on the gas. "I'm actually quite impressed."
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When she rolled the windows down and had them do it again, it really showcased how loud the Brabus could really get.
The first thing Blondie noticed right away the G800 had over the Rolls was it had matching brake calipers as opposed to the standard Mercedes ones. For the wheel fans out there, this vehicle does also sport 23-inch wheels while the Black Badge has just 22.
While the exterior of the Brabus might have the Black Badge beat, she was able to sway some opinions once she went inside the Rolls-Royce and showed off the compartments for an umbrella and drinking glasses. She topped it off by showing off how two seats come out of the trunk area, making it a perfect vehicle for a picnic or a tailgate.
The YouTuber didn't actually come to definitive better or worse when it came to the two cars, so it seems like any prospective buyer would have nothing to fear when buying either of the two.