The Rolls-Royce Cullinan travels with unmatched tranquility and pampers everyone inside, as one might anticipate from a highly costly SUV. This $250k people mover is easily motivated by a powerful and smooth V-12. Even if its outward appearance is on the ungainly side, the Rolls-distinctive Royce's hood ornament and enormous dimensions let observers know that it is a Rolls-Royce and its occupants are wealthy. We only wish that contemporary styles like digital instruments wouldn't detract from the cabin. Additionally, we would want the conventional rear seat to be more adaptable. However, Cullinan's cabin's quietness, construction quality, and ability to customize the area to the owner's tastes are unmatched.
Engine, Transmission, Performance
To avoid disturbing the VIPs in the cabin, the Cullinan's twin-turbo 6.7-liter V-12 engine produces 563 horsepower (592 in the Black Badge edition) and is extremely quiet. For a car that weighs roughly three tons, the one we tested reached 60 mph in under 4.5 seconds. Although buyers will likely never wander off the road and risk damaging the paint, all-wheel drive is standard. The air suspension that supports the Cullinan automatically adjusts the vehicle's height in response to road irregularities after receiving data from a road-scanning camera. The Cullinan wafts along the road without disconcerting the passengers within, providing ride comfort that exceeds that of typical luxury cars.
Interior, Comfort, Cargo
Box-grain leather, lambswool carpeting, gorgeous wood trim, and machined aluminum accents decorate the interior of the roomy cabin. The Cullinan's already opulent inside may be customized with every treat you can think of by Rolls-Royce if you want an even greater luxury. The only flaws in this otherwise affluent area are the conventional rear seats, which are as rigid as a park bench, and the entire digital instrument cluster, which lacks the beauty of an analog design. Customers can at least fix the latter problem by adding adjustable and massaging features to the second row's two seats. Although the car's exterior is typical Rolls-Royce, the liftgate layout allowed the manufacturer to add an optional Viewing Suite, which consists of two leather-wrapped chairs and a small table that emerges from the floor to the cargo space. This is undoubtedly the most opulent method to watch a polo match at the rural estate. Even though the historic British brand is breaking convention with a new SUV, Rolls-Royce remains a Rolls-Royce in every respect.
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