recently had said that they will build an off road version Rolls Royce. This
left the entire world scratching its head how to make sense of it.
When you say
Rolls Royce, toughness, dirt, country side, mud, off road are things that
immediately don’t spring to mind. Rolls Royce has always been a by-word for
luxury, finesse, calmness, royalty and the pinnacle of the ultimate serene
perfection, especially when the Germans took over.
So now Rolls
Royce has revealed a prototype mule of their off roader christened “Project
Cullinan” to show the world and the stakeholders the progress in development.
The Project Cullinan will be seen on public roads for the first time this week
near Goodwood in the UK.
engineering mule is based on a shortened Phantom Series II body fitted with,
for the first time in Roller history, an all-wheel drive suspension system that
is being developed to deliver Rolls-Royce’s hallmark “magic-carpet” ride on and
off-road. Rolls Royce says that though the current body may hint the size of
the new car, but it may not be designed similarly.
behaviour from suspension throw to high-bodied stability, and will test the new
suspension across all types of international road surface specification at test
facilities, as well as on public roads will be the first phase of development
tests for the project. Also during the development tenure, equal amount of time
will be spent on testing various on and off-road terrains.
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