Rolls-Royce says the Cullinan is highly capable off-road
Self-levelling air suspension said to keep the car level on all terrains and maintain the 'magic carpet' ride
This is the first Rolls-Royce to be fitted with four-wheel drive
Welcome aboard. The Cullinan's interior is, predictably, as opulent as off-roaders get
The Cullinan offers a three-seat bench or two individual seats, depending on the owner's preference
And here's the two-seat package. First Class all the way…
Who forgot to chill the Bollinger? Cullinan's champagne set best saved for smooth roads
In the Cullinan's cabin, your can have more than heated seats. The front door armrests, front centre console lid, lower C-Pillar, rear side armrests and rear centre armrest are heated
The driver can switch the off-road setting to help tackle rough tracks, gravel, wet grass, mud, snow or sand
Engine's peak torque, or pulling power, said to be 630Ib ft, is from just 1600rpm
A new double-wishbone front axle and 5-link rear axle are used to control lateral roll
The car's wading depth is 540mm, just better than a Bentley Bentayga but a Range Rover can tackle 900mm

Gallery: is the new Rolls-Royce Cullinan the best 4x4xFar?

Crazy diamond

THE NEW Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been revealed. The all-terrain luxury model is named after the largest diamond ever discovered – but will it shine bright in the eyes of the world’s wealthiest drivers?

The luxury 4×4 is likely to cost more than £250,000 and is powered by a 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine with 563bhp. It features four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering, to help deliver on the car’s promise of making luxury Effortless, Everywhere.

But does that make this, rather than a Range Rover, the best 4x4xFar? Browse the gallery to see the Cullinan’s impressive features.

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Watch our exclusive walkaround of Rolls-Royce Cullinan, its first SUV costing upwards of £250,000