The Cullinan, the only all-terrain vehicle from Rolls Royce has been launched in the country in four and five-seat configuration options. The SUV is powered by a 6.75-litre V12 engine that generates 563bhp/850Nm. The Cullinan shares the aluminium spaceframe chassis from the Phantom and measures 5,341 mm in length, 2,000 mm in width and 1,835 mm in height.
The front is highlighted by the iconic large chrome grille and rectangular LED headlamps with integrated L-shaped LED DRLs. The front bumper gets chrome inserts and a scuff plate.
The Cullinan sits on large 22-inch wheels and features the large Rolls Royce badging on the side fenders.
The vehicle further features the traditional and strong family shoulder line and suicide doors.
Inside, the Cullinan gets a leather-wrapped dashboard with wood trim and chrome air-conditioning vents. The seats come wrapped in top-notch perforated leather.
The vehicle offers a boot capacity of 560-litres which can be further increased to 1,930-litres by lowering the rear seats. The boot can also be raised electronically to create a flat floor.