The Rolls Royce Cullinan is the British luxury brand’s first SUV offering. Powering the Cullinan is a twin-turbocharged 6.8-litre V8, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. Designed to go off-road, their “Magic Carpet Ride” air suspension system gets larger air struts with more air volume to cushion the blows from tougher terrain. It also gets a new double-wishbone front axle and 5-link rear axle, as well as four-wheel steering for better handling. In the case of driving off-road, the electronically controlled shock absorber adjustment system uses an air compression system to actively push down any wheel it detects losing traction to ensure every wheel is constantly in contact with the ground and maximum torque is being provided to all wheels. The Culinan will be plastered in luxury, with each car built to individual customer tastes. It will get proper rear seats for three people,which can also fold down to create more luggage space at the back. Safety features include the usual BMW fare, with multiple airbags and electronic nannies.