When it comes to the most costly SUVs on the market today, the Rolls- Royce Cullinan takes the cake. A drinks cabinet with a refrigerator, champagne flutes, Rolls- Royce whisky bottles, and a decanter can be found in the back. The interior is made even more comfortable with lambswool floor mats. The Cullinan, like any other high- end SUVs, can be customized to your exact specifications, from customizable tread plates to headrest embroidery and much more. The V- 12 engine in this SUV produces 563 horsepower and 627 pound- feet of torque, and believe it or not, it' s capable of off- roading. Only remember to remove your shoes before returning inside
Leather is also eligible for the Cullinan' s optional Viewing Suite and all- new Sanctuary Seats. Extra padding and a power- adjustable calf rest are included in these revamped rear thrones. While these choices may sound like something out of a Feng Shui theatre, keep in mind that Rolls- Royce customers tend to be pampered on a higher level. Of course, the newly available leather floormats and piano- white veneer will be reserved for the most opulent Cullinans. Halfway through the model year, Apple CarPlay was introduced to all models.
Performance, Engine, and Transmission
Its twin- turbo 6. 7- liter V- 12 engine produces 563 horsepower with ease and runs as quietly as you' d imagine, so as not to interrupt the VIPs in the cabin. In our tests, the Cullinan went from zero to 60 mph in just 4. 5 seconds, which is amazing for a big SUV that weights as much as it does (around three tons, based on our scales). The V- 12 engine from Rolls- Royce is the only choice. All- wheel drive is normal, but we doubt many buyers would venture off the beaten path.
The Cullinan is equipped with an air suspension system that automatically changes its ride height using a road- scanning camera; ride comfort exceeds that of normal luxury vehicles; and it wafts down the road transmitting no unwanted vibrations to the interior.
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