Rolls-Royce Cullinan is a Full-Size Luxury SUV that was produced by the British automaker Rolls-Royce brand in 2018 and continues to be produced today. One of the most important features of Cullinan is that it is the first SUV model produced by the Rolls-Royce brand in its history. When we examined the development process of the car, the main purpose of Rolls-Royce was to launch an SUV model that could compete with rival brands in the SUV market. The name of the car comes from the largest diamond found in the world "Cullinan". When we look at the design of the car, we see that the Rolls-Royce brand has managed to preserve its essence even in a newly created SUV model instead of radical changes. The interior design and technological details, especially in terms of luxury, make Cullinan one of the most attractive cars in the SUV market.


Rolls-Royce Cullinan Technical Specifications and Fuel Consumption

The technical specifications and fuel consumption of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan are our focus in this section. In this regard, we need to talk about details such as the engine options and fuel consumption of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. While talking about these details, we limit the engine options under two categories in order not to bore you. These categories are; The Best Fuel-Economy and Most Popular engine options. However, Cullinan has got only one engine option as a new car of Rolls-Royce in the SUV field. It is; 6.8. When we look at the engine features of the 6.8 in detail, it has a 12-cylindered engine structure known as "V12" in the automotive world. The 6.8 is capable of producing 571 horsepower in terms of power. In addition, it provides an output of 5000 RPM and motor size is 6749 cm3. It is an engine that uses petrol fuel feed system. According to the official factory data, 6.8 has got a 21,0lt/100km (which refers to 13 MPG in the UK) mpg performance in Urban usage. However, this fuel consumption rate decreasing to 10,0lt/100km (which refers to 28 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage such as Highways or Long-Distance Trip. When we combine these fuel consumption data, we get a 15,0lt/100km (which refers to 19 MPG in the UK) average mpg performance.