Rolls Royce Breaks Into The SUV Market With The Beautiful Cullinan

Rolls Royce has been producing ultra-luxury vehicles for over 130 years and has finally decided to break into the luxury SUV market. The all-new Cullinan is the pinnacle of luxury with many of the same styling cues as the rest of the Rolls Royce line up making this vehicle look like a beefed up phantom.

From the classic Rolls Royce grill with the spirit of ecstasy on top and the suicide doors you know you are getting into something special. The interior is laid out beautifully, with lots of wood and chrome accenting the most exquisite leathers. Rolls Royce’s decision to step into this market seems to be well excepted by the market with new reservations coming in every day. The SUV market as a whole has grown substantially within the last few years which is why so many Luxury Automotive Manufacturers have entered this segment. These new additions include the Lamborghini Urus, Maserati Levante, and Bentley Bentayga and many more, which makes the $325,000 starting MSRP for the Cullinan right at home.

The Cullinan is basically a road going yacht that will also perform flawlessly offroad. The powerful 6.7L V12 will allow you time climb any hill and power your way out of any situation while the pneumatic suspension has the ability to gain ground clearance and give you full traction in most situations. While most owners of the Cullinan will never truly take advantage of the offroad capabilities, one feature that seems to intrigue many is the trunk mounted “viewing suite” seats that will most likely be used for picknicks.

The Cullinan is a unique SUV that will fulfil a unique subset of the market. Let us know in the comment section below what you think about this SUV and if you would own one.

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