Image gallery: India-bound Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV
The Rolls Royce Cullinan is built around the new 'Architecture of luxury' aluminum space frame that debuted with the new Rolls Royce Phantom 8. It is suspended by all-independent air-struts in all four corners mated to double wishbones up front and a multi-link setup at the rear. The suspension is setup for a magic-carpet like ride than long travel. That said, the Cullinan proudly hints that it will do everything that a Range Rover can. It even gets an 'Everywhere' mode to that effect, which alters chassis and drivetrain components to take on the trickier outdoors. Snow, rocks, sand or similar loose terrain will not worry the Cullinan, hints Rolls Royce. The 6.75-litre V12 petrol that debuted with the Phantom 8, motivates the Rolls Royce Cullinan too. Under the hood of the Cullinan, it puts out 570PS of power and 850Nm of torque. 0-100kmph is estimated around the 5s mark (no official word), which the top speed is restricted to 250kmph. With a wheelbase of 3,295mm, the cabin is typical limousine class. The Cullinan welcomes you to a flat floor and uber-luxurious individual seats by lowering itself by 40mm. There is the typical Rolls Royce minimalism in here. The dashboard is done with in open-pore wood and a new box-grain leather. Driver aids comprise of 360-degree cameras, heads-up display, night vision and attention assist. There is wifi hotspot capability, amongst a host of other creature comforts meant to pamper the owners. More details on the Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV can be read here.
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