Fall is full of road trips. Whether you're traveling this holiday season to see family, heading out for a hunting trip, or taking advantage of a few extra vacation days, why not travel in ultimate luxury? We had a chance to experience the Rolls-Royce Cullinan and think you should, too.
Let's talk about all of the little things that add up to create the Rolls-Royce experience. While manufacturers can overwhelm people with technology, Rolls-Royce likes to hide it away with a sliding piece of wood to cover the infotainment. The result is a combination of classic elegance with modern technology. Rolls-Royce only gives the bare minimum in controls with a classic P-R-N-D shifter. All the car's amazing features happen in the background, like the transmission which can shift based on the GPS. Everything just sort of happens. Drivers do not have to get into a Rolls-Royce and learn how everything works.
A six-figure car should not have fake wood or leather, but it does happen, and it can be frustrating to find fake materials in expensive cars. In a Rolls-Royce, everything that you touch is what it is. If something looks like metal, it is. If the dashboard has wood material, it was gathered by cutting down a real tree.
While the Cullinan is an experience in ultimate luxury, you can still take this SUV off the beaten path, and know you are driving in a world class off-road vehicle. The Off Road Button unleashes the vehicle's full off-road capability. All-wheel drive actively engages, providing uninterrupted torque to all four wheels for precise, reliable performance on dry, wet, snowy or icy surfaces.
"The power is immense but not scary, it comes one gradually and just keeps building. The engine feels like it's got enough torque to slow the rotation of the Earth if you gas it going the right direction," says Josh Vaughn, Brentwood Lifestyle's car photographer and inhouse car enthusiast. "What stood out the most was the heft and weight of the vehicle."
The tilting and retractable sunroof glides open at a single button press to reveal the endless panorama of the sky above. But, who says you need a panoramic glass roof to check out the stars at night? The Cullinan’s headliner can feature 1,340 fiber optic simulated stars you can turn on whenever you would like. Amazingly, these fiber optics are woven into the headliner by hand, so there is serious effort put into this option. The ambiance after the sun goes down transforms the car’s interior into a nice outdoor space, complete with soft leather upholstery.
The Cullinan boasts a 18-speaker Bespoke Audio System produces the smoothest, purest sounds imaginable. "The stereo is incredible, I have never heard a better sound system-anywhere -- movie theater, sound studio, or concert hall," says Josh.
Here are some additional features worth highlighting:
- It is the only SUV with a glass partition between luggage compartment and rear passengers.
- Lean back and unwind as the seats offer a gentle massage.
- Umbrellas are stored in the doors, which include a drainage channel to help dry from urban or wild adventures alike.
- The doors are designed to gracefully close at the touch of a button.
- A custom champagne cooler or whiskey decanter is housed in the center console.
All in all, the Cullinan is an experience in luxury, beauty and power. To inquire about leasing or purchasing a Rolls-Royce Cullinan call or stop in Carlock Motorcars to learn more.
1599 Mallory Lane, Brentwood, TN 37027
2020 Rolls Royce Cullinan