STRETCHED CULLINAN +580 BLACK BADGE

ROLLS-ROYCE CULLINAN

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Petrol Fuel Type
Automatic Gearbox
Black Exterior Color
Left Hand Drive
12 cylinder Engine
Awd Drive train
Power: 571 PS

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Your Next Escape is Anywhere, as Long as You’re Driving a Rolls-Royce Cullinan By Miles Branman June 11, 2020 As a moderate anti-consumerist (leaning heavily on laziness to support all disinterest in buying new things), it’s painful to acknowledge my extreme attachment to a recent purchase. To even imagine life before I discovered noise-canceling headphones is to venture into a dark, cacophonous cave without hope for tranquility. At first, while suffering with brain injury symptoms, these headphones were a necessity. A car alarm or lawn mower would trigger a splitting headache for hours, making over-ear protection my only refuge. As I recovered and my sensitivity to noise lessened, however, my proclivity for serenity didn’t. Re-engaging with friends and long-loved activities was wonderful, but retreating to a silent world all my own never lost its appeal. Thankfully, the two yearnings – social and still – weren’t mutually exclusive. As soon as I was able, I accompanied my wife and close friends on camping trips as far away as my gas-guzzling Land Cruiser would take us. Camping and canceling (noise) – I thought these were the only ways to detox from life’s bustle. Then I spent a week with the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge. 2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Label reviewMiles Branman/The Manual 2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Label reviewMiles Branman/The Manual Miles Branman/The Manual By its very nature, driving in Southern California is not an exercise in calm, yet there isn’t a hint of tension in my shoulders as I breeze along freeways and through crowded parking lots at the helm of Rolls-Royce’s first SUV. Never have I felt so insulated from the wind and road noise; never have I floated so pleasantly over the pock-marked surface of the earth. Acoustic, dual-pane glass and an air suspension system activated by a forward-scanning camera make any drive the equivalent of a stroll through the Royal Botanic Gardens (in well-padded loafers).