2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan All-Terrain SUV

May 11, 2018

Category: Rides

When a brand becomes an referential benchmark for excellence, i.e. calling a product the “Rolls Royce of” whatever, there can be a tendency to become complacent. Rolls Royce is avoiding the trap of stagnation by continuing to reach higher, as evidenced by their innovative new all-terrain SUV, the Cullinan.

The Cullinan is not the first Luxury all-terrain SUV to be on the market, but RR is determined to keep their brand synonymous for “best” in the global idiom. The 2019 Cullinan is a careful step in a new direction, with no corners cut – though the front end and D-pillar will have the same boxy contours that we’re used to from Rolls Royce. Still smooth, the Cullinan is definitely painted with a heavier stroke than their more ethereal, pure luxe vehicles like the Phantom. Though more rugged and purposeful, the Cullinan still retains some vestiges of the easy life, like a cushy leather interior, and the traditional suicide doors. New chassis technology and an aluminium spaceframe help establish the trademark glide of a Rolls Royce upon leaving the asphalt. The elongated front end houses a 6.75-liter, twin-turbocharged V12 engine, generating 563 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. Luxury and strength meet in the middle with the Cullinan, the Rolls Royce of all-terrain SUVs.

Learn More: Here

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Rides

These 4-Way Stretch Laser-Cut Shorts Offer Optimal Airflow & Performance

Woven construction athletic shorts with split and bonded hems & zippered pockets.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner

Keep It Cool On The Golf Course With This Performance-Focused lululemon Apparel

A winning shirt and pants combo that's as smart as it is sporty.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner
Featured Image

Audi Hopes To Make History With The First Electrified Dakar Rally Winner

Borrowing tech from both its Formula E and DTM motorsport divisions.

Posted By

Jul 26, 2021

Featured Image

Alpha Adds To Its EV Lineup With A Crew Cab Pickup Dubbed The ‘Superwolf’

Four doors of off-road fun with up to 6,724lbs of towing capacity.

Posted By

Jul 26, 2021

Featured Image

Auction Block: The Richard Hammond Car & Motorcycle Collection

It's being sold to fund his fledgling classic car restoration business.

Posted By

Jul 26, 2021

Featured Image

Abimelec Reimagines The Aston Martin DB5 As A ’70s-Era NASCAR Racer

The concept is powered by a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 V8.

Posted By

Jul 26, 2021