This is freedom absolute. The first all-terrain SUV from Rolls-Royce makes luxury off-road travel a reality for the first time. Pinnacle luxury is now effortless, everywhere.
ONE LIFE. MANY LIFESTYLES
Explore every possibility. Forge your world around you. Cullinan is for those who live a life of many facets. Those who know that anything is possible.
At 5,000 rpm, peak horsepower is achieved, with 563 hp doing its best to keep the 5,864 pounds of aluminum and steel and leather and wood wafting down the road in veritable silence. In addition to keeping you comfortable, Rolls-Royce aims to keep you safe and as such has outfitted the Cullinan with all the latest safety and driving conveniences like Active Cruise Control, Collision Warning, Cross-Traffic Warning, Lane Departure and Lane Change Warning. Additional driving aids include a 4-Camera parking monitor system with “helicopter view”.
VOYAGE INTO LUXURY
Innovative features enhance every journey. Signature Rolls-Royce motifs speak to a heritage of perfection. Mastery of craft creates a new dimension in luxury adventure. In every way, Cullinan changes the game.
OVERCOME EVERY OBSTACLE
Take the world in your stride. Cullinan’s advanced chassis technology and aluminium spaceframe handle dramatic landscapes with intelligence and ease.
UNCHARTED IN LUXURY
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.
MASTERY OF DESIGN
Cullinan is the culmination of years of design refinement, the manifestation of an audacious vision to make luxury off-road travel a reality for the first time.
With the desire and focus to create perfection, anything is possible.
Confident lines amplify Cullinan’s formidable presence. An iconic silhouette reflects its robust beauty. Cullinan is beyond compare.
|Max power||563 hp (420 kW) @ 5,000 rpm|
|Fuel Consumption||15 ltr/100 km / 18.8 mpg|
|Drivetrain||All Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Type||Premium Unleaded|
|Maximum torque||627 Ft-Lbs (850 NM) @ 1600 RPM|
|Top Speed||250 km/h (155 mph)|
|Length||5,341 mm (210.3 in)|
|Width||2,164 mm (85.2 in)|
|Height||1,835 mm (72.2 in)|
|Wheelbase||3,295 mm (129.7 in)|
|Curb weight||2,660 kg (5,864.3 lb)|
|Turning Circle||13.23 m|
|MPG Driving||18.8 mpg|
|Boot Volume||600 ltr / 21 Cubic ft|
342 West Putnam
Greenwich, CT 06830
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