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Cullinan Series II

Confident and sophisticated. Commanding, yet refined. In the comfort of exquisite craftsmanship, individuals of excellence uncover true freedom. Experience the epitome of effortless everywhere.


Vertical headlights and daytime running lights borrow inspiration from the towering skyscrapers of urban landscapes. The iconic Illuminated Grille — seen for the first time on Cullinan — is refreshed with a lower leading edge and a geometric ‘horizon line’.



The Illuminated Fascia reveals a brilliant wordmark set against a vertical motif. These illuminations — crafted from 7,000 graphical elements laser-etched on glass — replicate a glittering metropolis after dark. Each is a slightly different shade of grey, creating a nuanced sense of depth.



Introducing the Spirit of Ecstasy Clock Cabinet. Displayed beneath an analogue timepiece, the Rolls-Royce figurine now lives and guides discovery from within the cabin.

Incorporating the Spirit of Ecstasy into the interior required four years of development, and instigated a unique partnership between analogue and digital craftspeople. Together, they created an orchestrated flow of interior light. Upon entering the motor car, the driver’s display illuminates, followed by the glow of the Illuminated Fascia. Its light sweeps towards the Clock Cabinet, lighting the timepiece. As if standing in a spotlight, the Spirit of Ecstasy is up-lit from below, with the light gradually fading into a soft glow.



Fine materials and contemporary craft techniques combine, creating works of art throughout the interior.

Consisting of up to 107,000 0.8 and 1.2-millimetre perforations, the supple leather seats showcase a Bespoke Placed Perforation design inspired by the shapes and shadows of clouds swirling above the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood.

A single craftsperson was tasked with examining each perforation, ensuring absolute uniformity.



Simple feature lines and clean, monolithic surfaces amplify the commanding presence of Cullinan Series II.

From the front, bumper lines form a distinctive ‘V’, recalling the bow lines of modern yachts. From behind, the rear concludes with mirror-finish stainless-steel exhaust surrounds, connected by a brushed stainless-steel plate. Black valance surfaces lift at the rear, reflecting the road below and evoking a sense of motion.

When adorned in Emperador Truffle — a contemporary, minimalist solid grey-brown — the flawless surfaces exude pure sophistication.



From urban to wild landscapes, formidable 23-inch wheels deliver an effortless drive underpinned by the signature Magic Carpet Ride sensation. Each wheel is milled from a billet of aluminium, and features an imposing faceted seven-spoke design.

Cullinan Series II interior
Cullinan Series II seats
Cullinan Series II details

Cullinan Series II Front

Maximum Power
Maximum Speed
0-62 mph
Maximum Torque
at 1,600 rpm



Basic Information

Max power 850 hp (420 kW) @ 5,000 rpm
Engine 6.75L V12
Drivetrain All Wheel Drive
Fuel Type Premium Unleaded
Maximum torque 627 Ft-Lbs (850 NM) @ 1600 RPM
Top Speed 250 km/h (155 mph)
Transmission 8-speed automatic

Weights and Dimensions

Length 5,355 mm (210.3 in)
Width 2,000 mm (78.7 in)
Height 1,835 mm (72.2 in)
Wheelbase 3,295 mm (129.7 in)
Curb weight 2,762 kg (6089 lb)
Turning Circle 13.23 m
MPG Driving 16.8-17.7 mpg highway


Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Greenwich

279 West Putnam Avenue

Greenwich, CT 06830


SALES: 866-295-5940

SERVICE: 866-295-6218

Email us


Monday - Friday:

9:00AM - 6:00PM


9:00AM - 4:00PM



Rolls-Royce of Greenwich Map

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