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3 Super-Luxury Details that set the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Apart from the Luxury SUV Crowd


Rolls-Royce never fails in setting itself apart from its rivals and the new Cullinan is no exception. The entire vehicle is a super-luxury mode of transport that screams capability and strength while offering a functional interior that is equal parts comfort and convenience for even the most discerning customer.

These are the three super-luxury details that make Cullinan the high-bodied all-terrain vehicle the world’s elite will want.

Magic Carpet Ride – Rolls-Royce’s signature smooth passenger experience is dubbed the Magic Carper Ride. The challenge for the automaker was translating that to Cullinan’s off-roading experience without compromise. To accomplish this, the engineering team decided to add larger air struts with more air volume and strengthen the drive and prop shafts. The SUV is also all-wheel drive, a first for a Rolls-Royce vehicle.

An electronically enabled variable cargo floor space – Cullinan’s rear seats fold flat but sit at a higher height than the rear cargo area’s floor. Rolls-Royce says this is an advantage for buyers who want a space where cargo will not slide forward when the rear seats are folded. However, recognizing that some customers will want a completely flat load floor, the company has engineered Cullinan’s rear cargo floor to raise to meet the level of the seating.

Clean, curled sills – Because it’s built for adventure, Cullinan is designed to get dirty while keeping its occupants clean. Both the front and rear doors wrap low under the car’s sill to ensure that all dirt, sand, and grime remains outside of the vehicle. This also means that you won’t have to worry about a dirty line on your pantlegs or bare legs when you exit the car.

Cullinan customers will also be able to further customize their bespoke car to further its level of luxury with the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective.


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