New Rolls-Royce SUV is effortless everywhere
Rolls-Royce ventures into new territory with its opulent Cullinan SUV. But does it feel like a ‘true’ Rolls? Emphatically yes, says Matt Robinson
It had to happen. Rolls-Royce, that bastion of ultimate luxury in the automotive world, could resist the tides of consumer demand no longer; SUVs have become the most desirable type of vehicle for car-buyers across the planet, and Rolls-Royce’s own customers, a set of high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) who have immense powers of conviction, demanded an SUV from the marque.
And so, this is the answer. It’s called the Cullinan and it’s named after...
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