Rolls-Royce Cullinan in final testing phase: Video

Rolls-Royce Cullinan desert dunes
Photo: National Geographic

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is in the final phases of its testing before it gets revealed to the public later this year, and the company has released a series of videos outlining the challenges it faces.

For the last three years, the Cullinan has been undergoing testing across the globe, but in this series of videos, Rolls-Royce is covering three continents.

Final testing kicked off earlier this month in Northern Europe, with the cars being shipped to the Middle East and finally will end up in the United States.

The whole journey is being documented by National Geographic, with Cory Richards covering each phase of testing.

The Nat-Geo website has confirmed that the Cullinan will receive a V12 engine, putting to rest earlier rumours that it may be fitted with an upgraded BMW V8.

The journey concludes in the US in May, and you can keep up to date with the Cullinan’s travels by clicking here.

We’ll bring you more details about the Cullinan once they are revealed, but it’s worth watching each of the videos to see the body control of the suspension and particularly how hard it is being pushed in some terrain.

Let’s hope owners make full use of the Cullinan’s capabilities.

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