Here comes first the Cullinan which is Rolls-Royce’s first endeavour in SUV lineage, and it’s marvellous and exceptional as well. The Rolls-Royce Phantom is a show of simply much extravagance the British organization can distil into a four-entryway car. They’re two altogether different, though extravagant, creatures, yet the two of them utilize a BMW-inferred 6.75-litre V-12 motor. It produces 563 hp and 664 lb-ft of the smoothest torque cash can purchase. It costs $325,000 to get into a Cullinan and $450,000 before any alternatives for the Phantom.
On the off chance that you can call any Rolls-Royce section level, at that point it would be the Ghost and the Wraith/Dawn car/convertible variations. Every ha a 6.6-litre V-12 in the engine that is so peaceful it wouldn’t get shushed in the most firmly run of libraries. The V-12 makes 563 hp and 605 lb-ft in the Ghost, yet those are only elements of the general extravagance and style understanding. The awful news is that the Ghost gets 12/18/14 mpg city/interstate/consolidated. Fortunately in the event that you can manage the cost of the $311,900, at that point that shouldn’t trouble you.