That instruction didn't go down too well with the Instagrammer from the United Arab Emirates so he went on to post an entire gallery of the vehicle which you can see below. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan will be taking on the likes of the Bentley Bentayga, Range Rover SV Autobiography as well as the upcoming Mercedes-Maybach GLS, but the British auto maker, known for its opulence will ensure the luxury SUV stands out over the competition.
Supporting the new body is a similar air-suspension system to that of the Phantom, sporting continually self-adjusting dampers that react to both camera and satellite data to try to recreate the "magic carpet" ride quality famous of Rolls-Royce models. This is our first look at the final product, and it could only be a Rolls-Royce.
Though there is no word on pricing at this time, sources close to Rolls-Royce tell us that the Cullinan will not only slot into the chasm that exists between the Ghost (Rs 4.5 crore) and the Phantom (Rs 9.5 crore) in terms of pricing (both prices, ex-showroom, India), but will only be about 10 percent more expensive than the Ghost.
You can drive the Cullinan yourself, but as with many Rolls-Royces, the rear compartment is the premier location.
Rolls-Royce isn't saying much else about its new mud plugger, not least what will actually power it, although the firm's familiar 6.6-litre V12 (which produces between 420kW and 465kW in other Rolls-Royce models) would be a logical choice. Classic design features include the rear-hinged "suicide" rear doors, large "pantheon" radiator grille and retractable Spirit of Ecstacy bonnet mascot.
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The Cullinan is also big: higher but shorter than the new Phantom with which it shares its bespoke all-aluminium spaceframe construction. As you'd expect, switching from driving on road to in sand dunes will be as easy as rotating a dial. Rolls played with the idea of a low-range gearbox and developing enough wheel articulation to go rock crawling but according to product bosses, "the cost to ultimate luxury would not have been acceptable'". Opening the door automatically lowers the Cullinan by 40 mm.
The rear comes with either a folding bench seat or two separate pilot's chairs.
One of the more eccentric options is the Cullinan Viewing Suite. The rear seat comes in two configurations, with two cockpit-style seats in the rear or a single lounge seat that allows seating for three-or, when folded down, up to 600 liters (21 cubic feet) of storage space, equal to that of the Urus.
Mixing a classic Range Rover-like shape with unmistakable Rolls-Royce styling cues, the Cullinan is a large, imposing vehicle - such is expected of cars of this type.