Think your 17-and-a-half-foot-long Rolls-Royce Cullinan is big? Think again. What you need is this stretched version offered by the small German company Klassen, run up to nearly 21 feet and costing you about $2 million USD.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan will be the hero of every parking lot. Even the sort of underwhelming grocery store parking lots, the kind that make you go, “wait, why is that here?” But if you want the peasantry’s next question to be “and who the hell would make it look like that?” then surely you need the Rolls-Royce…
Here it is, finally, after years of teasers and camouflaged mules: The 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The Rolls-Royce of SUVs is here at last. And it has a wicked trunk setup.
Photos of the upcoming Rolls-Royce Cullinan leaked today, and while a lot of it was a bit “ho-hum Rolls-Royce we’ve seen before but now an SUV,” we simply could not get over those rear-facing jump seats. But what are they even for?
Here’s the Rolls-Royce Cullinan undergoing its last rounds of testing before it assumes its final form, which is that of a money printer for the BMW Group.
Rolls-Royce, when not content making gargantuan, hulking sedans and coupes for today’s plutocrats, is now busying itself with making gargantuan, hulking SUVs as well. While we’ve seen prototypes of the vehicle, RR will soon be revealing the Cullinan in full in private showings this summer. This only means one thing:…
The saga of Rolls-Royce’s stubborn refusal to call its Project Cullinan SUV an SUV continues on. Rolls calls it a “high-sided” and “all-terrain” vehicle and the mule is ready for its first public appearance.