Luxury car maker Rolls Royce has officially launched the Cullinan SUV in India at a price tag of Rs. 6.95 crores (ex-showroom, India). The Rolls Royce Cullinan is the first SUV from the British luxury car brand. The Cullinan is a direct competitor to the likes of the Bentley Bentayga and the Range Rover SV Autobiography.
On tape the Rolls Royce Cullinan measures 5341 mm in length, 2164 mm in width and has a wheelbase of 3295 mm. Built on the “Architecture of Luxury” which is used in next generation platforms, it is an aluminum space frame platform. The Cullinan SUV looks like a proper Rolls Royce in the looks department. It features a large front grille, the spirit of ecstasy hood ornament, RR logo, 22-inch alloy wheels, chrome detailing and the signature suicide doors.
The interiors are opulent, filled with a host of create comforts and the best of materials available in the world. It gets a completely digital infotainment system and dashboard. Some of the prominent features include – power seats with massage function, night vision function, camera with panoramic view, wi-fi connectivity, heads-up display, night vision function, alertness assistant, wildlife and pedestrian alert to name a few.
Under the hood of the Cullinan is a humongous 6.75 V12 engine which pumps out 563 BHP of power and a massive 840 Nm of twisting force which makes overtaking other cars a breeze. It gets an all-wheel drive system to help you out in tricky off-road situations. The Rolls Royce Cullinan has been painstakingly tested in various weather and road conditions. You can customize your ride to suit the terrain at the click of a button on the center console. Different terrain options like sand, snow, gravel, wet grass, track, mud is available.
Rolls Royce Cullinan Price
– It is priced at Rs. 6.95 lakhs ex-showroom, India.
– Is packed with a host of creature comforts and the latest technology.
– It gets different driving modes.
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