Uber-luxe SUV is just a week away. Get excited folks!
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan looks set for an official reveal on May 10, according to a new report.
While we're yet to hear any official announcement from the British luxury marque, Carscoops claims the company has "confirmed" its new 'high-sided vehicle' will be revealed at 7:00am EDT on May 10.
Little else is revealed, so we can only speculate about what's to come from the company's first SUV – though expect it to draw heavily from the related Phantom limousine.
The Cullinan will be based on the same aluminium-intensive spaceframe as the Phantom, dubbed the "Architecture of Luxury", which reduces weight and improves handling.
Also expected is Rolls-Royce's latest in infotainment and driver assistance, along with a new all-wheel drive system – the latter will likely be based on BMW's xDrive technology.
Power is likely to come from a version of the 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 as the new Phantom, meaning outputs should be in the vicinity of 420kW and 900Nm, and performance should be brisk, too.