Rolls Royce Cullinan introduced in India for Rs 6.95 crore
NewRolls Royce Cullinan
Rolls Royce Cullinan, the first-ever all-terrain vehicle from the British luxury carmaker has been launched in India for Rs 6.95 crore (ex-showroom). The vehicle is based on the aluminum spaceframe chassis from the Phantom and is available in four and five-seat configuration options.
Mechanically, the Rolls Royce Cullinan is powered by a 6.75-litre V12 engine that generates 563bhp of power at 5,000rpm and 850Nm of peak torque at 1,600rpm. The engine sends power to all four wheels via the new all-wheel-drive system. Moreover, the Cullinan gets a rear axle steering and comes equipped with an air-suspension system for a comfortable drive.
In terms of dimensions, the Cullinan measures 5,341 mm in length, 2,000 mm in width and 1,835 mm in height. The vehicle weighs about 2,660kgs and has a wheelbase of about 3,295mm. The vehicle offers a boot capacity of 560-litres which can be further increased to 1,930-litres by lowering the rear seats. Interestingly, the boot can be raised electronically to create a flat floor. The vehicle features the traditional family strong shoulder line and suicide doors. On the front, the vehicle gets a large chrome grille and rectangular LED headlamps with integrated L-shaped LED DRLs. The front bumper gets chrome inserts and a scuff plate. As for the rear, the vehicle features a split tailgate, rectangular LED taillights and twin chrome exhausts. The vehicle rides on large 22-inch wheels.
As for the interior, the Cullinan gets a leather-wrapped dashboard with wood trim and chrome air-conditioning vents. The rear seat occupants get a rear partition wall that separates it from the luggage area. The vehicle also features a ‘Recreational Module’ that electronically deploys a picnic bench in the rear luggage compartment. As for safety, the vehicle gets a night vision and vision assist with wildlife and pedestrian warning. The vehicle additionally gets alertness assistant, a panoramic camera with helicopter view, collision warning, active cruise control, cross-traffic warning, lane departure and lane change warning.