Spending upwards of $300,000 on an SUV usually means configuring the vehicle to your exact specifications, something Rolls-Royce will gladly let you do as long as you’re determined to become the owner of a Cullinan.
While the so-called Rolls-Royce of SUVs is easily the most luxurious people haulers in the world, this particular one from Abu Dhabi really stands out to us thanks to its Tuscan Sun exterior, mixed with the dual-tone Dark Spice and Tan cabin.
Tuscan Sun is a very high-contrast colorway, especially on something as big as the Cullinan. It’s bright, bold and certainly stylish, although not particularly engaging like the British automaker’s Iguazu Blue, Mandarin or Belladona Purple.
The body is further accented by the Seashell coachline (that strip that runs fender to fender underneath the mirror casings) and the body-colored wheel centers. Also, we really like the black calipers, they’re very understated.
As for the interior, while the Tan leather doesn’t really match the Tuscan Sun body color, it does instead play well with all that Dark Spice leather, as well as with the wood inserts on the door panels, center console and rear seat divider.
While there’s no price tag attached to this particular Cullinan, we wouldn’t be surprised if it set its owner back nearly $400,000.
Last but not least, we should talk about performance, where underneath the Cullinan’s massive hood lies a twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 engine, sending 563 HP (571 PS) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque to all four wheels. Its top speed is electronically-limited to 155 mph (250 km/h).