The Most Luxury SUV In The World Has Been Officially Presented
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, the British luxury car manufacturer with a 112-year history, a division of BMW AG today, has officially introduced its first SUV called Cullinan. In the model lineup of the brand, it will join the Phantom, Ghost, Dawn and the Wraith.
In the company the new car is positioned as the first do-it-all Rolls-Royce, on which you can go anywhere (to a polo match, or to the opera) thanks to a four-wheel drive and several driving modes, to overcome maximum 54-cm wading depth. This is a pattern of modern luxury practicality.
The model is named after a large diamond of 1.106 carats mined in South Africa in 1905. It was split into 9 stones, the two largest of them adorned the British imperial crown and the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross.
The new SUV is 5.3 meters long, 1.8 meters high and weighs 2.6 tons. In metal, the cabin looks much more spacious than a long wheelbase Range Rover. Strict vertical lines, a fast roofline, thin restrained rear lights, a proud-sitten radiator grille, no Bentley-style chrome embellishment.
The Cullinan is the first SUV to receive electric driven folding doors and a three-box silhouette. The space between a 560-liter trunk and the cabin can be glass sealed to increase refinement.
The rear seats are offered in two configurations: a more functional ‘Lounge Seat’ for three, with the seats folded automatically, or with a pair of separate seats complete with a fixed rear center console where you can put your decanter or a bottle of wine.
There is a small storage compartment under the floor in the cabin, as well as a ramp in the floor of the trunk, which can be raised to slide longer items in.
The interior is finished with natural materials – wood, chrome, skin of alpine bulls. Among the noteworthy details with the trademark Rolls signatures there is an analogue clock, a power reserve gauge and a wheel-mounted gear selector.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is available to order now, the price starts from £300,000 / €341,648 / $405,808.
Source: Motor 1