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Share unforgettable adventures in the company of friends. With its spacious interior, Cullinan accommodates every traveller in unparalleled comfort.
Cullinan is an all-terrain, all-season SUV. Drivers journey in confidence, knowing that Cullinan’s limitless performance capability underpins every excursion. Within Cullinan’s generous cabin, passengers are safe, secure, and supremely comfortable.
UNCHARTED IN COMFORT
Discover new horizons with ease. Venture beyond your comfort zone – in uncompromised comfort. Within Cullinan’s palatial Suite, you are cosseted from the elements in pure luxury.
At the touch of a button, two exquisitely finished leather seats and a cocktail table are deployed from the luggage compartment. The Bespoke Viewing Suite gives you the best seat in the house for the finest views in the world, as you enjoy the vista in supreme luxury.
Cullinan’s Immersive Seating option makes Cullinan the only SUV with a glass partition between luggage compartment and rear passengers. Ultimate refinement, ensuring unparalleled sound installation and uninterrupted comfort. This is your private retreat to arrange as you wish.
Cullinan awakes at the touch of the unlock button on the Bespoke key, or indeed by simply reaching out to its beautifully tactile stainless steel door handle. It lowers itself by 40mm to make entry effortless as the iconic Rolls-Royce coach doors stand open to welcome driver and passengers to their adventure.
Having stepped directly into the cabin, thanks to the wide aperture of the doors and completely flat floor, driver and passengers press the door closing button to seal themselves within the sanctuary of Cullinan’s cabin. Or one touch of the sensor on the exterior door handles will see the doors automatically close themselves from outside.
A touch of the start button then elevates Cullinan 40mm to its standard, commanding ride height, placing its occupants in the perfect position from which to see the world as it drives off.
The driver instantly recognises Cullinan as a driver’s car thanks to its thicker, smaller steering wheel. It’s heated, pliant rim hints at epic voyages which Cullinan is all too eager to begin, whilst heated and ventilated seats mean passengers will be perfectly acclimatised. From their commanding position at the helm of Cullinan, all equipment and technology is clearly seen and reached by the driver.
All information is clearly communicated by the latest generation of digital instruments, with the displays themselves designed with clear and beautiful virtual needles, Rolls-Royce jewellery-like chaplets and clear lettering.
|563 hp (420 kW) @ 5,000 rpm
|10.7 mpg city / 21.6 mpg highway
|All Wheel Drive
|627 Ft-Lbs (850 NM) @ 1600 RPM
|250 km/h (155 mph)
Weights and Dimensions
|5,341 mm (210.3 in)
|2,000 mm (78.7 in)
|1,835 mm (72.2 in)
|3,295 mm (129.7 in)
|2,753 kg (6069 lb)
|21.6 mpg highway
|600 ltr / 21 Cubic ft
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Greenwich
279 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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9:00AM - 6:00PM
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Posted Notice Requirement
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