26 October 2018
Review

Here it is, then, the most luxurious off-roader in the world. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is a big, bold (oh my, is it bold) 4x4 weighing in at 2.7 tonnes.

Rolls-Royce wants it to be the most luxurious off-roader in the world. It's more expensive than its rivals - only the Bentley Bentayga and Lamborghini Urus get close - and is packed with lavish trim and equipment.

And we've tested it, on-road and off. Join us inside the Cullinan for a smooth, quiet ride.

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26 October 2018

Only the Bentayga makes a better impression of a caricature of an overgrown London Taxi on steroids. I think I am going to need new retinae soon.

FMS

26 October 2018

Oh dear.

27 November 2018

I know they have to continue the family look however, this could not look more like those new electric black cabs if it tried. In fact I would say the new black cabs look far better than this car.

26 October 2018

 Well, am I wrong?, unless you have a private Jet always on standby, several Houses around the Globe, then yes, you’re not going to Blanche at the thought of putting this “House” on Wheels in to a little light off roading...?

Peter Cavellini.

26 October 2018

Is the meter standard?

26 October 2018

Perfect to throw pocket change, bread or insults at the little people.

Mesumguy

27 October 2018

Like the Stelvio and many other current designs, its the side elevation thats fails the Cullinan.

Most car manufacturers have managed to establish a strong frontal identity, but very few can style the side view successfully. 

27 October 2018

Who was responsible for designing this ugly beyond belief thing?

Ah well, whoever said rich folk had taste?

27 October 2018

It my well be a car that you can drive 800 miles and get out without any problem, but I'd suggest most owners of this car are more likely to drive it 8miles to their nearest private airfield to undertake such a trip and the only 'off-road' experience will be the speed humps in the aitport car park.

70/30 split between bench and individual rear seats - did RR say how many of these things they've sold? Would also be interesting to see where most of the customers are based - North America, Middle East, Asia or Hackney?

27 October 2018

It proves that the market centre of gravity has moved to the east.

 

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