Rolls-Royce Cullinan Series II, an ultra-luxury all-wheel drive unveiled

New design, cutting-edge technology, and materials are the highlights of the high-profile Rolls-Royce Cullinan II Series.

Rolls-Royce has unveiled its new Cullinan Series II,  a four-wheel-drive car that is characterized by being ultra-luxurious, with many modifications that the company added to the car that increased that luxury and elegance.

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been a huge success over the six years since its launch, but in order to broaden the SUV's appeal, the iconic British brand has made subtle changes to the package. This new Cullinan Series II is the end result.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Series II

In this report, we monitor for you the most prominent updates that the luxury car received, which greatly increased its luxury.

Rolls-Royce unveils the updated Cullinan Series II

The Cullinan Series II is now available to order in both Standard and Black Badge versions, with only minor technical changes.

Instead, the focus is on technology upgrades, redesigned styling, and more variety in optional custom finishes.

Cullinan Series II exterior design updates

  • Exterior design updates for the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Series II include new front and rear fascias, headlights, decorative elements, and a pair of new 23-inch wheel designs.

  • Anders Warming, Head of Design at Rolls-Royce, revealed the new changes to the exterior design of the Cullinan Series II, which include smaller headlights and larger, more distinctive lighting.

  • “I think you'll be able to tell the difference between this model and the previous one from a mile away,” Anders explained. “The lighting signature extends all the way, which was difficult to design and build.”

  • New lights surround the redesigned Pantheon grille, which has undergone structural changes as well as backlighting.

  • New lights surround the redesigned Pantheon grille, which has undergone structural changes as well as backlighting.

  • He continued, “We decided not to put two straight frames on the grille, and instead have those elements in the body color, which changed the whole look .”

Cullinan Series II tires

Elsewhere on the outside, new 23-inch wheels, inspired by those found on the latest Rolls-Royce Phantom II and Specter, help ground the design and make it appear more confident on the road.

The new rear bumper also reveals larger exhaust outlet openings, but the pipes inside remain as they were before.

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge features larger, more aggressive lower elements in the front bumper, and owners can now choose the color of the bumper sections at floor level and the aerodynamic surface around the rear.

Rolls-Royce has listened to customer feedback and now offers more exterior trim elements in a dark finish for the first time.

This includes the distinctive door handles and grille top, which are made of real metal and plated in dark chrome before being polished.

Cullinan Series II Interior Design and Materials

The most important updates have been made to the interior of the Cullinan Series II. The dashboard now includes a full-width glass element with the infotainment screen in the middle.

There's also a digital driver's display and a new clock that features a miniature version of the Spirit of Ecstasy. This is located in a small, brightly lit 'cabinet' inspired by the 'gallery' of the Phantom.

Cullinan Series II digital interfaces

The digital interfaces inside the Cullinan Series II have been updated to the latest system, as seen in the Specter, but Anders insists that “the interaction between the digital interfaces and physical controls is where we focus the most attention, with customers telling us they can get a touchscreen.” "Anywhere, but not real craftsmanship, which is what we offer."

Cullinan Series II colors and materials

  • Rolls-Royce Colors and Materials is working on two new main upholstery options for the Cullinan Series II.

  • The first is a new perforation option that produces a speckled cloud-like pattern over the Goodwood plant. This is a unique feature of Rolls-Royce, demonstrating the brand's mastery of materials and finishes.

  • The second option is the new embroidered bamboo fabric, which is available in a variety of colors and is inspired by high-end fashion brands that use icons in their patterns.

  • There is also a wide range of modern colors and finishes to suit the typical affluent class of Rolls-Royce Cullinan buyers.

Cullinan Series II customization program

Aside from the new finishes, Rolls-Royce explained that the Cullinan II Series has expanded its bespoke program of items that customers can specify individually.

This includes a wide range of veneer, interior colors, and trim options, as well as new applications of materials developed by Rolls-Royce.

Customers can customize the pattern of the perforated leather seats, as well as design their own embroidery patterns, to create a truly personalized car.

Under the skin mechanical changes are limited to a slight retuning of the suspension to accommodate the larger wheels and tires.

Cullinan Series II engine

  • The rest of the Cullinan Series II package remains unchanged, including the twin-turbocharged V12 engine, eight-speed automatic transmission, and permanent all-wheel drive.

  • In the end, Rolls-Royce does not care about luxury in its car. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan, despite its capabilities, cannot become a sports car.

  • It relies primarily on providing an unparalleled luxury experience to its passengers, other than focusing on dynamic performance and the desire for speed.

  • This is the most important information that Rolls-Royce revealed about its new car after the updates it received.


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