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Gallery: Dune bashing in the Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Right here is where I could insert a (unexpectedly alliterative) joke about which dirty big dune basher Darth Vader would terrorise Tatooine in before dashing to Dagobah. Or, considering we're talking about dunes, perhaps a joke on what the Duke of Caladan would tour the spice mines of Arrakis in... Of course, here in the real world, the jokes are hardly needed at all...

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge revealed

Rolls-Royce has revealed the stealthy and more powerful Cullinan Black Badge, becoming the first model on the marque's 'Architecture of Luxury' platform to get the Black Badge treatment. According to the high-end carmaker, the Cullinan Black Badge has had its drivetrain and chassis "re-engineered for enhanced dynamic performance", including increased outputs from the engine...

Rolls-Royce set for another record-breaking year with Cullinan

In 2018 super-luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce sold a record 4,107 cars – a huge number when you consider just nine years ago when current CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos arrived, they were selling just 1000 cars. “There’s nobody selling more cars than Rolls-Royce in the same segment, which we define as cars with a price tag over US$250,000 ($351,501), thanks to the extraordinary number of high net-worth individuals these days...

Rolls-Royce struggling to meet demand for Cullinan

Rolls-Royce is reportedly maxing out its production capacity after the launch of its "high-sided" Cullinan crossover, having also set a sales record in 2018. Industry journal Automotive News reports the company's first SUV (though Rolls-Royce refuses to use such a pedestrian term) has filled the order books through to July already, and that the company's sole plant in Goodwood is maxed out...

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