Undoubtedly, one of the countries where the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is sold the most is the United Arab Emirates. There, the petrodollars allow dreams on wheels like this one, so it is not surprising that a video of the car has appeared in the desert in full action.
In it, the world’s most luxurious SUV shows that it can withstand demanding treatment. It seems that the objective is to make the still undecided sheiks see that the car withstands any climate and orography, but the curious thing is that the recording was not made by the British brand.
Apparently, it was made by a client who wanted to have the most fun in the dunes of Dubai. What’s more, the SUV did not undergo any technical changes to cope with this ‘off road’ route. It was even recorded with the standard tires, which are not exactly the best suited for sand.
Despite the outlay of around 300,000 euros, the English SUV is not afraid of challenges and seems apt to take on quite intense 4×4 challenges. Now, if you were the owner of the vehicle, would you dare to take it out on a country day? Any slight scratch has to mean a brutal outlay …
In any case, you have to enjoy the video and photos, because the shots and images are truly artistic, with the car and the sand in perfect harmony. It is true, the Cullinan does not dare with large dunes, but we cannot complain.
The British SUV, which measures 5.34 meters long and 2.16 wide, boasts a V12 gasoline engine, which cubes 6.75 liters and has two turbochargers. This mechanic delivers 571 hp of power and 850 Nm of maximum torque, and is linked to an eight-speed automatic transmission with torque converter.
In addition to all-wheel drive, it has air suspension, hill descent control and the Off Road program, specific for off the asphalt. With all these elements, the Cullinan ventured into the Dubai desert.
Also noteworthy are the four steering wheels, essential to achieve greater agility and, of course, the new platform made of aluminum, with which several kilos are reduced on the scale. I am not entertaining you anymore: hit ‘play’ and enjoy the recording.