Rolls-royce’s Perfect Diamond
Reflecting the brand’s pursuit of perfection, the vehicle is named after the largest diamond ever found. Rolls Royce doesn’t define the car exactly as an SUV, rather it is a High Sided Vehicle. This isn’t just because of the dimensions- 5.3 meters long, 1.83 meters high - Rolls Royce believes the Cullinan hasn’t been created to win anything as it only has to rely on its own performance to be the king.
Featuring the distinctive Rolls Royce body curve, large chrome plated grill, coach doors and the iconic Spirit of Ecstasy, there is no mistaking the maker of this beautiful vehicle. Being such a large vehicle, the question arises - how do you elegantly enter it? The answer is that when you pull the door handle or when the car is unlocked, the body will automatically lower itself. Once all the doors are closed and the engine started, the Cullinan will return to its standard ground clearance.
This beautiful vehicle also features an exclusive Viewing Suite to add that extra touch of luxury when enjoying the stunning scenery on those special trips. A single press of a button introduces two leather seats and a cocktail table. The Viewing Suite’s bespoke configuration provides the most comfortable seats in the house for the finest views in the world.
The Cullinan’s interior continues the level of luxury one would expect, with a full use of premium wood and leather. The centre console features a liquid crystal display with a 10.2inch display, while the large sized, three spoke steering wheel is multifunctional.
The Cullinan features a number of cutting-edge smart technology systems, including night vision which can accurately identify obstacles in low light road conditions. Linked with functions such as panoramic monitoring, overhead viewing systems, collision and lane departure warnings, the Cullinan not only enables the driver to better observe the surrounding road conditions, but also allows the vehicle to protect itself in a number of dangerous situations.
In terms of power, the Cullinan carries a 6.75 litre twin-turbo V12, the same engine as the Phantom. The gear box is a ZF 8AT with full-time four-wheel drive. Different from the traditional SUV, the Cullinan does not have a variety of driving modes. There is only one off-road button on the centre console. Once engaged, the off-road setting can be finessed for optimum performance on any terrain, gradient or surface quality.