The Cullinan is easily one of the most extravagant means of transportation in the world. It’s the Rolls-Royce of SUVs, with a $300,000+ price tag and an ultra-luxurious, Phantom-like interior.
This one in particular, though, has caught our attention thanks to its rather impressive spec. As a resident of the British automaker’s Abu Dhabi showroom, it comes with a Petra Gold bumper to bumper exterior finish and 22-inch seven spoke fully polished wheels. It’s a very “quiet” shade of gold and almost looks more like beige, which will probably split opinions among fans of the nameplate.
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However, inside is where this Cullinan truly stands out from most, if not all of its peers. It has a Moccasin cabin with contrasting Seashell and Black inserts, veneered steering wheel spokes, RR monogram on all headrests, illuminated treadplates, a bespoke audio system and a rear theater configuration. All in all, we could describe the cabin as having a tri-tone color configuration, sans the wood.
The Cullinan remains the world’s most expensive mass-production SUV, easily clearing the Bentayga by some $100,000 without even looking at the options’ list. Thus, we have a feeling that this particular one might just be pushing $400,000, if not more.
As for performance, underneath its massive hood lies a twin-turbocharged 6.75-liter V12 producing 563 HP (571 PS) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of peak torque. While Rolls-Royce didn’t bother much with 0-60 times, they did specify that the Cullinan is capable of maxing out at an electronically-limited 155 mph (250 km/h) – and, despite its size and weight, should be darn fast off the line too.