What Happens When a Rolls Royce Races Wyoming’s Wild Horses
It appears that Rolls Royce decided Wyoming would be a great place to create a brand new commercial. There's a video that's just surfaced of a Rolls Royce racing a bunch of Wyoming wild horses.
This video just appeared out of nowhere with no explanation for exactly what it is. Here's what I know for sure:
- The car is a Rolls Royce Cullinan
- The video was shot somewhere in Wyoming
- A saddle will fit in the back of a Rolls Royce
That's about it. Nothing against Rolls Royce, but it's not really my kind of vehicle. As a matter of fact, I found myself cheering for the horses as the video played itself out.
This isn't the first time that Wyoming has been the setting for a Rolls Royce commercial as last year they shot a video near Sheridan.
Based on the surrounding scenery, I'm guessing this video was captured somewhere just to the east of Jackson. It's also relatively common to spot wild horses in some of the non-developed areas around there, too. Hard to say if these horses really are wild or if a nearby ranch decided to let Rolls Royce rent them out for a morning.
If you check out the official Rolls Royce website, you'll notice many photos promoting this new vehicle also appear to have been shot in our neck of the woods. 18 mpg and I'm guessing the sticker price is above my pay grade. Good thing watching our sweet Wyoming horses race it is free.