Rolls Royce Cullinan Wheel Rims.
Rolls Royce Cullinan Wheels by LOMA.
Custom Forged Rolls Royce Cullinan Wheel and Tire Packages.
Rolls Royce Cullinan Wheels, Rolls Royce Wheels are made with the LOMA TrackSpec® Technology. Bespoke Rolls Royce Cullinan Wheels & Rolls Royce wheels are what we are specialized for since 2008. The LOMA MCS luxury wheels have a monumental and timeless design like no other. Distinctive spokes with elegant edges and curves reflect the light within the spokes and make them sparkle just like your starliner on the inside. Rolls Royce wheels for the Cullinan should not be any design just to go big. It should fit the rest of the Cullinan design language to integrate itself in harmony with the car lines.
Rolls Royce Cullinan Wheels with floating cap. Rolls Royce Wheels by LOMA.
Available in 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24-Inches, this luxury wheel lets no questions open. The distinctive Carbon Badge that wears the Monte Carlo Star name as unique as the rest of the wheel. Our floating cap can be equipped with the LOMA Monaco logo or the RR Logo as you have from the factory. Just let us know what you prefer. Contact us today.
Rolls Royce Cullinan wheels with floating cap in diamond cut.
Rolls Royce Cullinan wheels in 20, 21, 22, 23 or 24-Inches.
Rolls-Royce is known for limousine-like sedans such as the Ghost and Phantom, but the rich and famous—much like the rest of the car-buying world—aren't as into the three-box shape as they once were. To appease this sector of megawealthy patrons, Rolls came up with the Cullinan, the SUV species' pinnacle. This mammoth machine gets its name from a gigantic diamond, which is appropriate considering the ute's overwhelming opulence and ultra-expensive price. The back seat feels as spacious as a living room, and the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament broadcasts the size of the owner's bank account. The Rolls tries to justify its premium with a velvety V-12 engine and an utterly tranquil ride. But while buyers can personalize the cabin with bespoke options, there's some questionable content, including an inelegant digital gauge setup and a limited rear bench seat. Still, the 2021 Cullinan is nothing short of a rolling palace that pampers riders and amazes onlookers.
What's New for 2021?
For 2021, Rolls-Royce hasn't made any significant changes to the Cullinan. We also hadn't heard anything more about the all-electric model rumored back when the SUV debuted. In the make-believe scenario that we could afford a Cullinan, we'd choose the Crystal paint scheme, the 22-inch seven-spoke wheels, the gold-plated Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament, and the electronic tow hitch. We'd spec the Immersive Seating with Center Console option, which gives the rear seats massage functionality and replaces the center seat with a console that doubles as a cooling bin with two champagne flutes and a whiskey decanter. And we wouldn't pass up the opportunity to have the fabric above our heads display a fiber-optic starry night sky via the Shooting Star Headliner. Finally, we'd add the rear privacy glass and side curtains to make the back row into a tranquil hideout.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance.
The Cullinan's twin-turbo 6.7-liter V-12 provides 563 horsepower and is whisper quiet, lest it disturbs the VIPs in the cabin. In our testing, we recorded a 60-mph time of just 4.5 seconds—impressive for a vehicle that weighs about three tons. Although we suspect buyers will never venture off the tarmac and risk damaging the paint, all-wheel drive is standard. The Cullinan rides on an air suspension that receives information from a road-scanning camera and automatically adjusts the vehicle's height to compensate for imperfections in the pavement. Ride comfort is beyond regular luxury vehicles' standards, as the Cullinan wafts down the road and transmits nothing unpleasant to the people inside.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG.
Per the EPA's methodology, the 2021 Cullinan's V-12 powertrain will consume 12 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway. Believe it or not, those figures aren't the worst in the class. The V-12-powered Bentley Bentayga boasts ratings of 12 mpg city and 17 highway, and the Mercedes-AMG G63, 13 mpg city, and 15 highway. We ran the Cullinan on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, part of our extensive testing regimen. It outperformed expectations, achieving 21 mpg.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo.
The spacious cabin is lined in box-grain leather, lambs-wool carpeting, beautiful wood trim, and milled-aluminum accents. Suppose you want an even higher level of luxury. In that case, Rolls-Royce will customize almost every part of the Cullinan's already lavish interior with whatever delights you can imagine. Only warts in this otherwise decadent space are the fully digital gauge cluster that lacks the elegance of an analog setup and the standard rear seating that's as inflexible as a park bench. At least buyers can rectify the latter issue by optioning the two-seat second row with adjustability and massage functions. The exterior is classic Rolls-Royce, but the vehicle's liftgate configuration allowed the brand to fit the cargo area with an optional Viewing Suite consisting of a pair of leather-wrapped seats and a small table pop out of the floor. This is by far the most luxurious way to take in a polo match at the country estate. Even though this SUV is a clear break from tradition for the storied British brand, it's still an uncompromised Rolls-Royce in every way.