The 563 hp Cullinan carries a 6.75-liter, twin-turbo V-12 engine with 627 ft lbs of torque. The famous "magic air ride" feel that rendered the Phantom peerless is present here, too. Come to think of it, it's a new chapter for the luxury industry. The whole package manages a limited 155 miles per hour / 250 km/h top speed.
The rear comes with either a folding bench seat or two separate pilot's chairs.
Additionally, the Cullinan gets a full suite of safety features like night vision and vision assist, including daytime and night-time wildlife and pedestrian warning; alertness assistant; a four-camera system with panoramic view, all-round visibility and helicopter view; active cruise control and collision warning, to name some. The grille is hand-polished stainless steel incorporating the Rolls-Royce badge and Spirit of Ecstasy. Deliveries begin early next year.
Rolls-Royce has never been known to follow industry trends, so it's no surprise that downsizing and electrification are notable by their absence.