Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV unveiled

Posted May 11, 2018

According to claims made by Instagram poster eng_aalhammadi, Rolls-Royce PR had been sliding into his DMs (direct messages) ordering him to take down a leaked image of the luxury marque's first ever SUV. The touring crew included photographer Cory Richards, National Geographic's 2012 Adventurer of the Year, so Rolls achieved tremendous credibility for such an audacious trip by having Nat Geo along for the experience, publishing stills and videos along the way, from Northern Europe, the Middle East and the United States for a final shakedown run ahead of its world debut just now. The air suspension (double-wishbone front, five-link rear) gets larger air struts to make the toughest terrain feel cushy, while the electronically controlled shocks' air compression system pushes down any wheel it detects losing traction.

A further advantage of Rolls-Royce's bespoke aluminium platform has been the opportunity for engineers to match the unrivalled refinement levels of the new Phantom. However, the floating "Gallery" dashboard design has been given a miss - it's a feature that Rolls-Royce would like to offer exclusively on the flagship Phantom. All come online at the press of a button and by selecting a setting called Everywhere. "In a nod to the era when luggage was mounted on the exterior of the motor-car, so the occupants did not travel with their belongings, the rear profile of Cullinan is a two-part, "D-Back" format, with the bustle denoting the place of the luggage".

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Rolls-Royce claims that the Cullinan is the most "technologically advanced auto of its type in the world", thanks in part to its wealth of active driver assistance and safety features.

Each backrest folds, while at the same time the headrests move upwards to avoid making an imprint on the seat cushion. So, the company put extra attention on the back passenger seats. In the metal, the cabin is noticeably more spacious than a long-wheelbase Range Rover and you are drawn to the strong vertical lines, the fast roofline, and pantheon grille that sits proud and forward.

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"The super-luxury lifestyle is evolving and Rolls-Royce is in the lead". Both configurations have heating elements in the armrests and the seats and on the inside of the rear roof pillar.

The Cullinan is available to order now, with prices expected to start in the region of £300,000. The first is the "Viewing Suite", which consisting of two rear-facing leather chairs and a cocktail table no less that electrically glide out of the tailgate at the touch of a button for luxurious viewing of the buffalo as they move across the Serengeti (or to enjoy sandwiches at the local park). The module will then be created to contain all the relevant paraphernalia required for the suggested activity. The Lounge Seat is your conventional three-seat bench, which also offers 40/20/40 folding. Access via coach door, of course. It gets a smaller steering wheel with a thicker rim, an all-digital instrument console, the trademark analogue clock on the dash, a touchscreen for the infotainment system - a first for Rolls-Royce - and the rotary Spirit of Ecstasy controller on the centre console. These figures do fall short of the Bentley Bentayga W12 by 37bhp and 47lb ft respectively, but like all Rolls-Royces, it's not so much about the numbers, rather the way the Cullinan produces them, which are key.

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