Around three years ago, Rolls-Royce said it would build a "high-bodied vehicle", and it has. The company showed off its Cullinan SUV, which is named after a 3,106-carat jewel extracted from a South African mine in 1905. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan's exterior and interior are designed to be very similar to the Phantom. The SUV also come with a Viewing Suite, which is two leather seats with a cocktail table between them which extend from the Cullinan's rear compartment with a press of a button. You also get a full suite of safety features like night vision and vision assist, including daytime and night- time wildlife and pedestrian warning; alertness assistant; a four-camera system with panoramic view, all-round visibility and helicopter view; active cruise control and collision warning, to name some. Under the hood sits a retuned version of the company’s 6.75-litre, twin-turbocharged V12, which
produces 571hp and 850Nm. The car also comes with an 'Off Road' button, pressing which will let owners drive the Cullinan through pretty much every type of terrain.