After a long three year wait, the Rollys-Royce Cullinan SUV has finally been revealed. The Cullinan looks to redefine the terms ‘premium SUV’, setting a new bar for true opulence in this class of vehicles. Few high-end SUVs can come close to this level of prestige - limited to very few models including the likes of the Bentley Bentayga and Lamborghini Urus.
As a traditional Rolls-Royce at heart, the Cullinan is a large model measuring in at over 5.3 meters long and 2.2 meteres wide, with a height of 1.8 meteres. The iconic front grille is also more prominent than ever, with a much taller design than existing models. As expected, the synonomous Spirit of Ecstacy also retracts from the bonnet of the Cullinan when the vehicles in operation.
Distinctive light profiles feature either side of the familar grille, with chrome surrounds featuring on both the front and rear lights. The Cullinna sits on distunighsed 22-inch alloy wheels with self-levelling centre caps. The side body pannels are also finished with a large yet elegant metal trim at the bottom of the vehicle. Rear-hinged ‘suicide’ doors also feature, for greater accesibility to the exquisite cabin.
As you might expect,the highlight of this vehicle is, without a doubt, the high-class cabin. The level of extravagance on offer here is truly unparalled, with driver and passengers treated to a indulgent experience. First impressions for the Cullinan are remarkable, with the SUV lowering itself by 40mm to allow greater occupant accesibility. Material quality further embleishs this impression with high-grade leather, wood and metals
The dashboard is no exception, with several available configurations including the featured wood finish. A refreshed steering wheel features, in front of a digital instrument cluster behind. The infamous power reserve dial makes a humble return here too. Standard equipment is beyond generous too with a night vision system, four-camera view system with panaromic view, lane keep assistance, WiFi hotspot and plenty more.
A couple of different layouts are avialable for the rear passenger section. This includes the featured Individual Seat configuration with two seperate seats seperated by a central compartment with a drinks compartment. This includes Rolls-Royce branded whisky glasses, decanter, champagne flutes and a refigerator to keep your beverages cool. A more practical Lounge seat is alternativelly offers space for three passangers.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is powered by a tremendous 6.75-litre biturbo V12 engine, with even greater optimisation before. This results in a total output of 536 horsepower and 850 Newton-meters of torque. This power is delivered to all four wheels through a fresh all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering system. The top speed is electronically limited at 155 miles per hour, with no 0-62mph times provided by the manufacturer.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is expected to have a list price starting from £230,000. If you are looking to lease a premium SUV, take a look at our offers or contact one of our leasing consultants. With over 35 years of experience, we are one of the most established brokers in the industry. We focus on providing excellent customer service, over our own profits.