Rolls Royce Cullinan teased ahead of its release

News, Rolls Royce | May 8th, 2018 by 2
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We’re on the verge of seeing the Rolls Royce Cullinan in the nude, without any of the body-hiding camouflage we’ve already seen. In fact, we …

We’re on the verge of seeing the Rolls Royce Cullinan in the nude, without any of the body-hiding camouflage we’ve already seen. In fact, we only have to wait a few more days to see it, as the Cullinan will debut on May 10. But before then, Rolls Royce wants to tease us just a bit more with a new image of its taillight.

Seen sitting in the dark, we get a look at the taillight of the Rolls Royce Cullinan and it’s very typically Rolls Royce. Much like ever Doube-R product, the Cullinan’s taillights are small and rectangular. Rolls doens’t like flamboyant or flashy lights, neither in the front or the rear. So the Cullinan’s taillights are rather simple and elegant. Which is refreshing, as most SUV taillights are massive, even uber luxurious ones.

For instance, just look at the Bentley Bentayga, which has massive rectangular taillights which just look chunky and cheap. The Rolls Royce Cullinan’s looks sleek and elegant, with an outline of red light and a vertical metal bar inside. But, honestly, would you expect anything less from Rolls Royce?

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We can’t wait to see the Cullinan sans camo, as it will be a massively important car for the prestigious brand. In the century-old brand’s history, it’s never made any sort of utility or all-wheel drive vehicle. So the Cullinan is breaking new ground for the world’s most famous luxury brand. It’s also going to be a very important car for the brand’s bottom line, as ultra-premium SUVs are very profitable and popular, which allows the brand to basically print money, money that can go toward R&D on newer, higher-tech cars.

Another reason we can’t wait to see the Cullinan is its interior size. Being the largest vehicle the brand has ever made, we can’t wait to see what sort of interior luxury Rolls Royce cooks up with that much interior space to play with. We’ll see soon enough.

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