Now, as far as the Cullinan is concerned, TopGear reports that there is a good chance of it adopting a hybrid powertrain.
Specs are obviously being kept a secret for now. However, it’s been alleged the hybrid will be more powerful than the current range topper that’s powered by a twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 rated at 571 PS (563 hp / 420 kW) and 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque. .
Thanks to the extra boost provided by electrification, the Cullinan will be quicker to 100 km/h (62 mph), although we expect the electronically imposed 250 km/h (155 mph) max speed to remain the same.
Another bold statement made by the publication is that there’s a good chance that the Cullinan will remain on sale for the next 14 years, with the occasional makeovers.
Electrification is only the beginning for the BMW-owned brand, as Rolls-Royce is taking into consideration the introduction of a smaller SUV, which might arrive within a few years.
Also, the Rolls-Royce family might eventually expand with a new model above the Phantom, which will be based on its aluminum platform and, according to TG, will be “epic”, “space-age” and “electric”.