Ending a whole lot talks, speculations and a long wait, the very first SUV model from the house of Rolls-Royce has finally officially broke its covers. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan luxury SUV has been making headlines for quite some time, and whole lot of its details have been also out. The British mega-luxury auto behemoth had announced just over three years back that it plans to make an "all-terrain, high-bodied vehicle", as it chooses to call its Cullinan, being a bespoke company. Named after the largest diamond in the world, the Cullinan is meant to be a one-of-a-kind SUV.
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is based on the Phantom VIII's aluminium spaceframe or the Architecture of Luxury platform, and also gets the same overall design language. The RR ‘high bodied vehicle’ gets a typical front fascia with the unmistakable stainless-steel pantheon grille and eyebrow shaped LED DRLs. The side profile is marked by sharp shoulder line, large 22 inch alloys and the famed suicide doors. The boxy design of the Cullinan is slightly broken by the gently sloping roofline. At the rear, the protruding boot is reminiscent of the RR D-Back models dating back to 1930s.