The new, "gasp!" sport utility from Rolls-Royce is almost here. Or, that is, somewhere that someone has a third of a million dollars to buy a five-passenger sport utility.
Powered by, what else, a twin-turbocharged 6.75-liter V12, the Cullinan has a full-time all-wheel drive system with the ability to change to meet most any terrain.
Not a people-mover, you won't see seating for eight, or even six. Five passengers is the standard capacity, which is reduced to four with the executive rear seating. Two rear tailgate seats with a table in between are an option.
A Black Label version gets 30 more horsepower and 15 pound-feet more torque.
A new "Black Badge" variant includes a boost of 40 horsepower and 15 pound-feet of torque to its V12 twin-turbocharged engine. A stiffer final drive ratio also helps acceleration. Its badge is... black.
The Wraith also gets a Black Label version, with an over-boosted V12 providing more torque than the standard V12.