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Rolls-Royce Cullinan

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Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV (2018 - )

It’s often suggested that SUVs are taking over the car world these days, and when a firm like Rolls-Royce decides to offer one in the shape of the Cullinan, it’s pretty hard to argue with that. A product borne of customer demand, the Cullinan is as sumptuous inside as a Phantom, as comfortable and as luxurious as any Roller should be, and can even handle a bit of off-roading. Yes, it’s as ludicrously expensive as you’d expect to buy and run, but that won’t be any sort of barrier to the well-heeled folk who can consider buying one, of which there are plenty. Heck; it might even make the car even more appealing.
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The interior of the Cullinan is exactly what you’d expect from a Rolls-Royce. The rear doors are hinged at the back, meaning an extra layer of theatre every time you get in or out, and they open to reveal deep lambswool carpets, the softest leathers in any shade from startling orange to ice white, and open-grained oak and teak veneers. Rest assured, carts don’t come much more luxurious than this. In a nod to the more utilitarian nature of the Cullinan, though, the standard leather on the dashboard is a new “box grain” black leather, which has the appearance of a Leica camera box, with a rugged texture. There are heated seats, of course, but also heated arm rests, and the usual Rolls-Royce umbrellas in the doors.
The interior of the Cullinan is exactly what you’d expect from a Rolls-Royce. The rear doors are hinged at the back, meaning an extra layer of theatre every time you get in or out, and they open to reveal deep lambswool carpets, the softest leathers in any shade from startling orange to ice white, and open-grained oak and teak veneers. Rest assured, carts don’t come much more luxurious than this. In a nod to the more utilitarian nature of the Cullinan, though, the standard leather on the dashboard is a new “box grain” black leather, which has the appearance of a Leica camera box, with a rugged texture. There are heated seats, of course, but also heated arm rests, and the usual Rolls-Royce umbrellas in the doors.

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