1.250,00 € incl. VAT
incl. 19% VAT
This is freedom absolute. The first all-terrain SUV from Rolls-Royce makes luxury off-road travel a reality for the first time. Pinnacle luxury is now effortless, everywhere.
Diamond in the Rough
Whatever challenge your environment presents. Wherever you dare to go. Handle any adventure with absolute authority in the most capable Rolls-Royce ever created.
NEDCcorr (combined): CO2 emission: 330-328 g/km; Fuel consumption: 19.5 mpg / 14.5 l/100km * WLTP (combined): CO2 emission: 361-344 g/km; Fuel consumption: 17.8-18.6 mpg / 15.9-15.2 l/100km #
Rolls Royce Cullinan
Rolls Royce Cullinan. The most capable ever created, Cullinan is a landmark exemplar of pinnacle motoring. Like its saloon sibling, the SUV, named appropriately after the world’s largest raw diamond, found in South Africa over a century ago and now part of the Crown Jewels, comes with an eye-watering starting price.
Cullinan is a full-capability off-roader “able to do whatever a Range Rover can do”. To stress Cullinan’s breadth of capability, the Goodwood company has artfully leaked a selection of impressive YouTube clips showing. Prototypes tackling rough roads and huge dunes everywhere” to describe its capability.
Cullinan is Rolls-Royce’s first SUV in 112 years. It is the company’s first-ever 4×4. Cullinan’s system is a latest-tech, electronically controlled, highly configurable permanent all-wheel drive set-up. This is only the second new Rolls to use the all-new, highly flexible “Architecture of Luxury” aluminium spaceframe introduced recently with the latest Phantom 8 limousine. This earmarked for every future luxury cars including the second-generation Ghost saloon, next to arrive after Cullinan.
A unique aluminium spaceframe underpins Cullinan, along with new Rolls-Royce chassis technology, to deliver the signature Rolls-Royce magic carpet ride. The driving experience is peerless, whatever the conditions, as you savour a luxury SUV journey of unparalleled comfort. In its current form, the Ghost saloon uses a BMW 7-series. Rolls bosses reckoned that was the best way to go. They have concluded that designing a versatile aluminium space that can support all designs. This is a far better way to meet Rolls-Royce’s uncompromising requirements. In Cullinan, body rigidity is a particular feature.
Cullinan’s interior is the usual paragon of Rolls quality and style. A hint of natural conservatism and an innate simplicity about the controls and instruments.