- Ultra-luxurious all-terrain, high-bodied SUV
- Powered by 6.8-litre V12 twin-turbo engine
- Based on the aluminium spaceframe called 'Architecture of Luxury'
- Will offer customisation options
The ultra-luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce is set to thrill the world by digitally unveiling its all-terrain, high-bodied car, the Cullinan on 10 May 2018. The vehicle has been under development for over four years now and has reportedly been put through grueling trials. This time around, the luxury car manufacturer has teased the vehicle ahead of it official debut.
As seen in test mules, the upcoming Rolls Royce Cullinan featured the brand’s traditional grille adorning the tall chiselled bonnet, along with the familiar slim rectangular headlamps. The edgy hood and an upright C-pillar gives it the traditional commanding presence. Known to offer features befitting the royal taste, the new Cullinan is expected to be offered with all the bells and whistles. Although more details about the cabin layout is not known for now, we believe that it might get the large centrally positioned infotainment system from the Phantom. Like other Rolls Royce cars, customers will be allowed to choose from a variety of trim options in the Cullinan as well.
Under the hood, the vehicle gets the existing 6.8-litre V12 twin-turbo engine. The company claims that the new Cullinan is based on the aluminium spaceframe called 'Architecture of Luxury' which reportedly also has provisions for future hybrid or all-electric powertrain options. More details about the vehicle will be known post its official unveiling.