The Rolls Royce Cullinan is world’s most expensive SUV yet, and it’s about to enter the market. Rolls Royce’ $400.000 dominant and glamorous off-roader is going to raise a lot of eyebrows.
The Rolls Royce Cullinan is named after the world’s largest diamond, this SUV is the most ridiculous, beautiful and expensive of them all. When Rolls Royce announced the Cullinan in 2016 they really kept in mind that people wanted to see the “Rolls Royce of SUV’s”, well here it is in full glory and firstly available in the UK.
In true Rolls Royce fashion the Cullinan is no standard vehicle at all and can be completely customized to your own desires, no ideas are too crazy for Rolls Royce; deeply luxurious seating made from bull hides, bespoke finishes or silver, gold or diamonds integrated in the interior. If you can imagine it, Rolls Royce builds it.
Under the hood
The front of the car resembles the true look of all Rolls Royce’ models, it’s bigger than the other models and with its higher drive height you stare right into the eyes of a Rolls Royce on steroids. The Cullinan has a 563hp twin-turbo 6.7-litre V12 engine, as a result it takes you to 100km/h in 6.7 seconds and has a top speed of 250km/h, for a SUV that weighs 2,660 kg that’s absolutely amazing.
The motto that Rolls Royce has with the Cullinan is #EffortlessEverywhere. It might be easy to forget that, first of all, this car is an SUV thus an off-roader. You can travel through desserts or dense woodland in ultimate luxury, in other words “effortless everywhere”. This truly resembles the motto. If you have a flat tire you don’t even need to change it yourself, Rolls Royce comes to you wherever you are on the world to change it for you. Seems like enough right? Well, The Cullinan even has an optional picnic table that pops out of the back, complete with fridge and champagne.
In conclusion it definitely seems like The Cullinan will attract new customers to the brand of Rolls Royce, as it sets for worldwide release in the last months of 2019.
|Length||5341 mm||Engine||6.75 L N74B68 twin-turbocharged V12|
|Width||2164 mm||Power||563 hp (420 kW) @ 5,000 rpm|
|Height||1835 mm||Torque||850 N⋅m (627 lb⋅ft) @ 1,600 rpm|
|Wheelbase||3295 mm||CO2 Emissions||341g/km|
|Weight||2660 kg||Transmission||8-speed automatic|
|Top Speed||250 km/h|
|0 – 97 km/h (0 – 60 mph)||6.7 sec|