2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan

2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Rolls-Royce Motors drew the blinds and presented the world the first-ever super-luxury SUV, which was in the works for a few years now. Even the name, Cullinan, is flashy, named after the largest diamond ever discovered. Like we said, it was in the works for a long time, because the customers kept asking for a super-luxorius SUV and Rolls-Royce complied, by building an "all-terrain high bodied car".

Under the long hood, rezides a 6.75L V12 engine which develops 563HP and 850Nm of torque from 1,600RPM, company didn't reveal 0-100km sprint - which is pointless for this anyway, but they did state the car is capable of reaching 250kh.h

Suspension, called "Magic Carpet Ride", is a re-engineered self-leveling air suspension, company states that it's capable of maintaining the same level of confort on any terrain. To make things even more easier, there's an "Everywhere" button which controls the all-wheel drive in a way to provide a "gliding" effect on each surface. Going off-road, teh system is using an air compressor which pushes down any wheel that's loosing traction, making sure that all the wheels are on the ground at all times, providing the neccessary grip.

Being super size, at 5341mm long and 2164mm wide, the car weights just 2,660kg, thanks to it's revised aluminum ‘Architecture of Luxury’ platform.

Being a Rolls-Royce, you get suicide doors on this as well, besides that, the car lowers itself by 40mm when driver is approaching the car, for easier entry. Customers can opt for two types of seats in the back, normal bench (Lounge Seats) and a more luxurious two-seat setup (Individual Seats).

Tech wise, the Cullinan comes with cutting-edge driver assistance and safety systems that includes everything from Night Vision and Vision Assist including daytime and night-time Wildlife and Pedestrian warning; Alertness Assistant; a 4-Camera system with Panoramic View, all-round visibility and helicopter view; Active Cruise Control; Collision Warning; Cross-Traffic Warning, Lane Departure and Lane Change Warning; a 7×3 high-Res Head-Up Display, WiFi hotspot, and of course the latest navigation and entertainment systems.

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2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan