A Luxury Car Manufacturer, Rolls-Royce, has rolled out an Ultra-Luxury go anywhere 4 by 4, which it calls Cullinan, three years after it unveiled announced plans to venture into the sport utility vehicle production.
It is said to sit above the Rolls-Royce ghost and below the Rolls-Royce Phantom in brand’s line-up, and with a starting price of $430,000, the Cullinan SUV is expected to become the bestselling model, according to a report by Bloomberg.
An online journal, Auto Express, reports the decision to go into the off-road vehicles by Rolls-Royce may have been influenced by completion, especially with Bentley and Lamborghini producing the Bentayga and the Urus, respectively.
Cullinan is named after the largest rough diamond ever found, over 100 years ago, and weighing in at 3106.75 carats.
The Cullinan SUV weighs just under 6000 pounds and is powered by the same 563-horsepower 6.75-litre twin-turbo v-12 engine found under other Rolls-Royce bonnets.Please subscribe to our newsletter