A Rolls-Royce Cullinan was rolled into the Arabian desert by a customer to check out the SUVs off-road capabilities.
The clip is a reminder that the ₦200m Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV is not all about its premium luxury interior features.
British automaker Rolls-Royce’s answer to the Bentley Bentayga, the Cullinan, is the most prestigious SUV currently on the market
With a starting price of $300,000 (or about ₦200m in Nigerian when cost of destination and clearing are added), most owners of this ultra-luxury SUV will never take it off-road.
But this hasn’t stopped an owner from enjoying off-roading adventure in the Arabian desert in the world’s most expensive production SUV.
In a new video shared on YouTube, the SUV was seen being pushed to its limit; as the Rolls-Royce Cullinan gracefully glides over steep sand dunes in the Arabian desert like a pro.
This short clip is an effective demonstration of Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV’s off-road capabilities, as Rolls-Royce claims :
“Cullinan became a force of nature, and lead by the Spirit of Ecstasy, surfed over high and low terrains with absolute authority.
“Undulating smoothly and quietly, Cullinan floats across this unforgiving landscape, making the journey seamless and magical.”
Recall that the Rolls-Royce Cullinan comes with a special “Everywhere” button. This feature allows the V12 to deliver enough power to all four wheels effectively on sandy and slippery surfaces.
It also boast a dedicated off-road mode that increases its ground clearance by 1.5 inches should owners want to venture off-road with their luxury ride.
This short clip is a reminder that the Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV is not all about its premium luxury interior features.
It comes days after the optional illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament was banned by the European Union. This ₦1.8m option is still available to Rolls-Royce customers in other continents, including Africa.