New Rolls-Royce Cullinan Series II Debuts

Rolls-Royce Cullinan facelift, officially called the Cullinan Series II has been revealed by the brand, 6 years after its launch with several updates like new exterior styling, overhauled cabin, and revised technology. The update also brings the focus on offering extensive personalization options. The Facelift SUV’s Leaked Image Surfaced on the Internet Prior its debut.

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Rolls-Royce Cullinan Series II – What’s New?

The Cullinan Series II is described by Rolls-Royce as “the most extensive Series II development in Rolls-Royce History”. The front of the SUV has been refreshed with new LED DRLs that extend to the bumper. The lower bumper is also angled at the sides and the new grille is now framed at the top and bottom by horizontal chrome bars. A new edge below further makes it look like the grille is sitting atop a plinth and now it also lights up.

New Rolls Royce Cullinan Series II debut

Coming to the sides, there is a new feature line running from the brake light to the middle of the rear wheel and the rear valance at the back is now painted gloss black. A new rear bumper completes the body design changes with an integrated stainless-steel skid plate. The aluminium wheels are 23 inches, which is one inch larger than before. The Cullinan Black Badge is also more differentiated from the standard car now with black for handles, revised air intakes and colour-coded lower bodywork.

New Rolls Royce Cullinan Series II Side

Going inside, the SUV gets a full-width glass panel across the dashboard with an illuminated cityscape motif in front of the passenger. There’s also a new display cabinet in the dash which houses an extremely detailed analogue clock and a miniature, stainless-steel version of the spirit of Ecstasy mascot right under it, which gives the whole dashboard an even more luxurious and tasteful look.

New Rolls Royce Cullinan Series II Inside

Interestingly, the brand says this took 4 years to develop and is a unique partnership between analogue and digital craftspeople to create a dramatic and meticulously orchestrated flow of light.

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The Cullinan Series II also gets the updated version of the Spirit Infotainment system, which introduces new displays and graphics and enables personalisation to the extent that owners can change the colours of the instruments to match the upholstery and paintwork.

New Rolls Royce Cullinan Series II Rear

The lucrative personalization is further expanded by the introduction of new paint and material options which include “Grey Stained Ash” which is a metallic-effect open-pore wood trim and Duality Twill, a detailed patterned seat fabric made of bamboo fibres and perforated leather upholstery.

New Rolls Royce Cullinan Series II Seat

Mechanically the Cullinan remains unchanged meaning it retains the 6.75-litre, twin-turbocharged V12 engine paired with an 8-sped Torque Converter Automatic Transmission powering all 4 wheels.