Powered by a traditional 6.75-litre V12, the Cullinan develops 563bhp at 5000rpm and 850Nm of torque which runs through an eight-speed, ZF automatic transmission. Power is transferred to all four wheels with a maximum split of 80 per cent drive going to the rear wheels

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Rolls Royce Cullinan Revealed: Our exclusive first look at the new luxurious SUV


When the covers came off and the world saw for the first time via a global live stream feed, the new Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV, the most important car in the company’s 114-year history, We’d already spent quality time with it pouring over every last detail.


Rolls-Royce is not in the business of model launches with maybe one or two every decade, so it’s always a big affair, but none more-so than the unveiling of it’s first all-wheel drive cross country capable Cullinan


Given the importance of this car, RR flew their execs along with two complete cars, one of each body style to all corners of the globe to show VIPs, customers and in our case one or two media, this special car, fully unmasked for the first time. [To be continued...]

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