Following a series of spy photos some while ago, the all-new 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV is back into the spotlights in a couple of new renderings and a video, which highlight the car`s future design and styling.
The renderings and video (with the making of these renderings) called “THIS IS IT” are signed by digital artist Peisert Design and offer a realistic approach on the SUV`s production final form. The renderings are also based on the spy photos.
Details with the new 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan have been revealed before; however, for those who missed out our latest posts on the Cullinan, should know that the gorgeous and long-expected SUV will borrow most of the design lines from the new Phantom.
Besides the striking resemblance with the Phantom, the new Cullinan will also come with features of its own, such as new front bumper with aider air intakes, shorter grille like the one seen in the renderings, or wider headlights. At the back, the model will also feature suicide rear doors and a raked D-pillar.
As for interior highlights, the latest spy photos also provided some clues with the new features. Just like the exterior, the cabin will also borrow styling elements from the same Phantom. However, it will add details of its own, like center console between the seats with a more conventional look, traditional analog clocks for the instrument binnacle, digital display and much more.
It is already known that the new Cullinan will be using the same aluminum architecture like its counterpart the Phantom, yet it will be much shorter and sporty than the latter. Under the hood, the model will feature the Phantom`s massive 6.7-liter twin-turbo engine, with around the same power and torque – 563 horsepower and whopping 900 Nm of torque, paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission and featuring an all-wheel drive system.
The British-based luxury car manufacturer will unveil the all-new Rolls-Royce Cullinan in 2018, with full details to be announced prior to its official debut.