The Rolls-Royce Cullinan was met with some criticism of the design at the launch. But among buyers, it was, and still is, overwhelmingly popular. We find out if the Cullinan is a real descendant of the spectacular portfolio of land-yachts by Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce cars sport a high price tag, much like a symbol of its elegance. And when the company revealed they would launch an SUV. The hopes were very high, and the anticipation was as it was. The car was received with some criticism about the design at the launch. But was and still stands among buyers to a large degree efficient.
We’re here today to find out if the Cullinan is a direct descendant of Rolls-Royce’s beautiful land-yachts portfolio.
The style is one of the Cullinan’s most polarising elements. Rolls-Royce attempted to turn the Phantom into an SUV, and for the most part, it succeeded. While it lacks the menacing elegance that the Ghost possesses. As you fix your eyes on the Cullinan, the car is commanding and the distinct design style is immediately recognizable.
The weighted hub caps are still open, and so are the keys to suicide. Look at that on the bridge and you’d catch yourself making room for it. The major facets of construction such as the outline, and the configuration of the headlight, tail-light assembly, are Rolls-Royce.
The exterior of the Cullinan is completely adjustable, and you can pick precisely what the Cullinan will look like. Rolls-Royce has thousands of paint schemes at your fingertips, so you can just submit them in any paint color and they’ll do it. This is the amount of focus that this organization puts on its products.
For Cullinan’s exterior it’s very clear that Rolls-Royce needs to use the Cullinan as an expansion of the Phantom brand.