For any other brand, this latest 2019 Rolls Royce Project Cullinan would be touted as the next big thing in the ever-expanding category of SUVs. However when the product is being launched by the luxury marquee brand Rolls Royce, adhering to pedestrian terms to classify themselves would be something that would be best avoided and unattached to, by a far.
When Rolls Royce unveils a glimpse of their future plans, least that can be expected is that they will not call a spade simply a spade. So when the brand which re-defined the way the world looks at luxury cars, it was not very surprising when they decided to call their latest product “an all-terrain, high sided vehicle”, giving the usual rat race to precede in the SUV category a noticeable miss, keeping in line with the mystery created around this particular launch.
2019 Rolls Royce Project Cullinan – Design Features
The crossover 2019 Rolls Royce Project Cullinan will soon follow the launch of the eight generation Phantom. It is scheduled for a formal release later this year. The Project Cullinan will take most of its design cues from the eight generation Phantom. It is speculated and an official statement from the house of Rolls Royce confirms the fact that there will be no compromise on size, volume or specifications for the much-awaited SUV.
Rolls Royce intends to keep their brand value intact and won’t compromise on any aspect. Furthermore, they are introducing themselves in a popular segment which comes as quite a surprise because the design of the car’s tailgate definitely gives the viewer the opposite impression despite the false panels to obscure the design. This means that the Project Cullinan will retain suicide doors.
However, the 2019 Rolls Royce Project Cullinan would be well endowed and equipped with all the latest safety equipment. Some of them are air suspension, internet connectivity, digital instrumentation cluster and others.
2019 Rolls Royce Project Cullinan – V12 Petrol Engine
The Phantom machine will be propelled by a V12 petrol engine. Furthermore, the new model will come with the powerful 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 engine. This engine will produce 563 hp and 664 pound-feet of torque. The all-electric model of Rolls-Royce isn’t expected for some time. This is all information about the engine that we got from now.
2019 Rolls Royce Project Cullinan – Availability and Cost
The 2019 Rolls Royce Project Cullinan is scheduled for an early 2019 or late 2018 launch. It is also expected to be as expensive as the Phantom if not more.
Summing it up
This latest venture from Rolls Royce is expected to set new benchmarks for the consumers. A delectable combination of the artistry and exclusivity in automobiles set by Rolls Royce along with the designs to appeal to a larger audience base. There is some change brimming at the car makers, which we are waiting with bated breath and anticipation. Stay tuned for more upcoming news.