Rolls-Royce Cullinan

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Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Rolls-Royce Cullinan: $327,750

After years of development, Rolls-Royce Cullinan approached its global launch in May 2018. Only its final tests stood in its way. We have a history of carrying out trials in the open, such is our confidence in our vehicles – and we were proud to honour this tradition with our first-ever SUV.

Rolls-Royce is not the only ultraluxury manufacturer to build an SUV—Bentley, after all, builds the Bentayga—but its Cullinan does hold the honor of being the most expensive sport-ute in the land. With an imposing presence and a sumptuous interior, it's every bit the Rolls-Royce that the company's Ghost and Phantom sedans are, only taller.

A unique aluminium spaceframe underpins Cullinan, along with new Rolls-Royce chassis technology, to deliver the signature Rolls-Royce magic carpet ride. The driving experience is peerless, whatever the conditions, as you savour a luxury SUV journey of unparalleled comfort.

Making millions of calculations every second, self-levelling air suspension cushions against the toughest surfaces, all proactively adjusting to acceleration, steering cues and camera intelligence. While the double wishbone front axle and five-link rear axle deliver agility and stability.

The Off Road Button unleashes Cullinan’s full off-road capability. All-wheel drive actively engages, providing uninterrupted torque to all four wheels for precise, reliable performance on dry, wet, snowy or icy surfaces. Suspension raises 40 mm to offer additional ground clearance. Brake and acceleration responses adapt for greater control and responsiveness on uneven terrains. Once engaged, the off-road setting can be tailored for optimum performance on any terrain, gradient, or surface quality.

A press of a button unleashes Cullinan’s full off-road In an epic expedition around the globe, Cullinan conquers three continents and 12,000 miles of the world’s toughest terrain to showcase its performance capability – in partnership with National Geographic.