Rolls-Royce Cullinan playing in the desert makes for some awesome shots
When you're a rich guy living near the desert, driving your Cullinan through the sand dunes makes for a pretty standard daily routine.
When the Rolls-Royce Cullinan was still in development, the guys from Goodwood created a short mini-series about how the car was being tested. This being Rolls-Royce and its first 'high-riding' model ever, the stakes were pretty high. Customers of the double-R emblem are used to being able to conquer just about anything so the Cullinan had to rise to their expectations.
Therefore, during that series we've seen the car going all over the world, through some seriously challenging roads. One of those episodes focused on the desert. And while back then we saw the car all wrapped up in camo, this time round we're checking it having some fun, without it.
According to Rolls-Royce, the car in the footage below belongs to one of their customers and he's the one doing the driving here. The car is finished in Sapphire and has one thing European models can't anymore: an illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy statuette on top of the Pantheon grille. Now let's see some action!