Rolls Royce cullinan

Rolls Royce cullinan


The name of Cullinan is from the largest diamond ever found.

Luxury lovers, no matter how different your tastes, you will all agree that Rolls-Royce cars are palaces built to be on the roads.
Cullinan has a high design, but its design remains as elegant as any other model in the Rolls Royce collection. Even the huge 22-inch wheels don't look out of style.

Made for the wealthy wanting more excellence.


Cullinan is built on the same platform as the Phantom, where we find a self-leveling air suspension system that automatically lowers the car about 1.5 inches upon entry, And when the suspension is in an off-road condition, it activates any wheel drive when it detects traction loss to ensure that all wheels are constantly attached to the ground. Off-road driving aids are new four-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive systems.


There is an automatic tailgate, and here owners can open up a pair of seats and a small table - perfect for polo, for a quick meal or to enjoy the view.





Inside, the Cullinan cabin combines authentic Rolls-Royce luxury with effortless symmetric functions. The center console is framed by elegant metal columns, The upper part of the dashboard is a newly developed leather box in black that the company says is durable and waterproof like the leather used in premium luggage. This upper part is supported by a stylish strip of wood, molded in 3 dimensions.


Like any Rolls-Royce car, the rear seats are the place you want to reach, which can be accessed via a pair of reverse rear hatch doors.
Two rear configurations are available: an EXCLUSIVE single-row row seat. The seats are folded electronically and isolated from the front seats by a glass partition. The maximum storage capacity is 595 liters, and this number rises to 1925 liters when the rear seats are folded.


The beating heart of the newest English company Rolls-Royce, owned by the Bavarian group BMW, a 6.75-liter V12 engine with turbo generates 563 hp and 850 Nm. Of torque, connects to the ZF automatic 8-speed gearbox connected with satellites Cullinan, for 0 to 100 km / h in 5.2 seconds


Rolls Royce Cullinan starts from $ 326,000