NEW ROLLS-ROYCE CULLINAN (part 2)

Exclusivity is guaranteed regardless of whether you opt for Individual or (five-seat) Lounge configuration.

Depending on the level of customisation required, buyers can expect to wait 12 months for their pride and joy to be delivered. Each Cullinan generally takes a month to build, despite Rolls-Royce being better positioned than ever in terms of its manufacturing facilities.

Rolls-Royce customers are obviously not afraid of ostentation. But while the bold R-R design cues can’t be diluted, buyers can choose to tone down the overall look if desired. For example, the Gun Metal-coloured Cullinan driven features part-polished Shadow wheels, an exterior Stainless Steel package, Panorama glass roof, and chrome-plated exhausts. Inside, the tasteful Mugello Red leather and black accents combine well with Chevron Wood and Open Pore Blackwood. Eye-catching options include broad illuminated treadplates, lambswool floormats, colour-coded umbrellas, rear seat entertainment/ TV, and neatly stowed picnic tables.

The Darkest Tungsten car rides on seven-spoke fully polished alloys and features a statement interior dominated by Arctic White leather and dark wood, and polished stainless steel trim. The R-R monogram is embossed on headrests, the Spirit of Ecstasy adorns the doors, and the leather headliner has been extended.

The Individual seating option commands a $30k premium. In this case it means a champagne cooler and whiskey decanter sit between the rear seats which are isolated from the luggage compartment by a privacy glass partition.

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ROLLS-ROYCE CULLINAN

ENGINE 6750cc twin-turbo V12

POWER 420kW (563bhp)

TORQUE 850Nm @ 1600rpm

TRANSMISSION 8-spd auto

DRIVETRAIN four-wheel drive

WEIGHT 2660kg

LENGTH 5.34m

WHEELBASE 3295mm

WHEELS 22-inch alloy

0-100km/h 5.2 secs

FUEL CLAIM 15.0L/100km

PRICE from $505,000

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