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Let's face it, SUVs are where it's at when it comes to full-size luxury cars and Rolls-Royce has zeroed in on the opportunity with its first-ever SUV, the Cullinan. Named after the largest diamond ever discovered, the Cullinan isn't simply a taller Phantom, it's an all-terrain SUV with all the luxurious appointments you would expect in a Rolls-Royce vehicle. 

One of these features is what they're calling 'The Clasp', a tailgate that opens to reveal individual or lounge seating for two to three people. Ride comfort is definitely a huge focus with its 'Magic Carpet Ride' that has been brought off-road with a re-engineered suspension system that has been improved to tackle rough terrain. They've also tweaked their signature 6.75L twin-turbo V12 to produce plenty of torque at low rpms so it can easily tackle a variety of off-road scenarios.

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