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Rolls-Royce Cullinan specs

Car type SUV/truck
Curb weight 2660 kg (5864 lbs)
Introduced 2018
Origin country United Kingdom
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Powertrain

Engine type V12 DOHC
Displacement 6.7 l (412 ci / 6749 cc)
Power 571 ps (563 bhp / 420 kw) @ 5000 rpm
Torque 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) @ 1600 rpm
Power / liter 85 ps (83 hp)
Power / weight 215 ps (212 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 320 Nm (236 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 8-speed ZF automatic
Layout front engine, all wheel drive

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flt158  3d ago

It turns out that Autocar magazine is going to give the Rolls Royce Cullinan its full road test next week. The magazine will be available on Wednesday 19th February 2020. The vast majority of Fastest Laps fans will not admire the looks of this SUV. But which of us are ever going to see one on the road? The answer to that question would be very interesting!

Kind regards, Flt 158

 

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hostboy  2d ago

Well, Autocar likes to give its cars slower test numbers than other mags. So I'm suspecting a 5.3s 0-60mph time for the Cullinan as well as a 13.8@105 1/4-mile time. Be lucky if AC gets 5 flat to 60


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flt158  3m ago

Thank you, Fastest Laps, for your response.
Thank you for mentioning SAVD too.

And I have noticed they have a flood of pointless videos on the Car and Driver website.

By the way, I have emailed them again asking them to look into the matter once again.
If I get no reply this time, I'll just give up and see if they sort themselves out sometime.

Kind regards to all,

Flt 158.


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flt158  3m ago

I know almost everybody recognises that the Rolls Royce Cullinan is one of the ugliest cars ever manufactured. But I have noticed that Car and Driver has stopped issuing Test Sheets for the last 4 weeks or so, including the Cullinan.
I did email them requesting that they fix the problem. But, of course, they have not replied. What a pity!

Cars such as the BMW X4M Competition and the Bentley Continental V8 have not had their Test Sheets published either.

I wonder has someone in the testing department resigned.

Any comments are welcome.

Safe driving from flt158.

 

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FastestLaps  3m ago

Your guess is as good as mine. Probably they fired the head of the "Sensible and Actually Valuable Data dpt." (SAVD) and now are focusing more on "I bought X and here's what happened next" videos with arms stretched out in Doug de Muro pose.

Those get you 10x the hits and ad revenue than any kind of grown up journalism and data measurement. Maybe that's whats happening?

I am surprised they even are in business or any magazine for that matter. Thanks to the horrible, destructive nature of Google, soon even the online versions will no longer be viable. They are certainly doing everything wrong, consistently demoting and further driving nails of the coffin of the Internet and all websites in general. Especially smaller publications.