Rolls-Royce have created their first SUV the Cullinan. The first all-terrain SUV offers luxury off-road travel for the first time. This SUV is made for the high-end luxury market and would end up in places like the Middle East and China. This car brand is synonymous with prestige and luxury so you can expect nothing but the finest quality maters and a very comfortable drive. Looking at the car initially it does not really look that great it looks like a Rolls-Royce phantom on stilts.
5] The front is big and bulky with the prominent grille, the slim headlights placed either side and the angel placed at the top. The car sits on 22-inch wheels so it looks solid and well built. Overall not very attractive from the front. This beast is 5.3m long, 2.1m wide, and 1.8m tall, and it weighs in at 2,660kg. It’s only 2mm longer than a Ghost, it also sits 80mm lower than a Range Rover long wheelbase.
4] The rear of the car looks much better and elegant. The side of the car has smooth contours that compliment the window and roof structure above. Doors still operate like the standard Rolls-Royce doors. The rear of the car looks okay but a little boxed. The simple flatish design of the rear looks dull the only thing than makes it look good at the rear tail-lights and the twin exhausts that really lift the look of the car.
The instrument dials have beautiful graphics, the power reserve gauge is present (no rev-counter in a Rolls), and the central multimedia display is now a touchscreen. There’s a vast suite of assistance systems, including a four-camera system with panoramic and helicopter view, and an industry-leading hi-res head-up display.