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Rolls-Royce Unveils Super-Luxury Cullinan SUV with V12 Engine

Exterior of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV in Magma Red
(Courtesy of: Rolls-Royce)

Roll-Royce pulled out all the stops when it unveiled the Cullinan SUV recently and since then, the super-luxury vehicle has been hitting the headlines because of its high price and stellar features.

Proving that the sky is literally the limit when it comes to the price tag of luxury SUVs, Roll-Royce recently announced the Cullinan, which is targeted at those who have a whole load of cash to spare. The price of the SUV, which is currently pegged at $325,000, came as no surprise to many industry watchers as the vehicle had been billed as part of the “super-luxury” segment. Additionally, Roll-Royce made an extra effort before the SUV was unveiled to ramp up the hype around it and even stated that it was the most anticipated vehicle in the segment releasing this year.

Since the Cullinan arrived it is clear that more luxury car brands are going to enrich the SUV segment and offer more models for those looking to transport their family in style. Lamborghini is also present in the segment with its $200,000 priced model the Urus. How the Cullinan performs in the super-luxury segment is not clear right now and most industry watchers are waiting to see if it ultimately manages to sell well.

Powering the Cullinan is a V12 engine with 562 horsepower, which gets the vehicle that weighs 5,800 pounds moving on the road or off it. There are also laser-light powered headlights onboard that have a range of 600 meters and four-cameras integrated into the driver assistance system.

Click on the slideshow to see images of the Cullinan.

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