字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント it's called the color. It costs 1/4 of a £1,000,000 on, though it might look like an SUV. According to Rolls, it isn't an SUV. No, this is an all terrain, high bodied car. And to all those people saying, Should Rolls Royce really build a massive SUV? I say, Why not? If anyone's entitled to build a massive off road tank, it's them. It's hardly like they're normal. Cars are small and dainty. Is it? Furthermore, 100 years ago rolls his entire best car in the world. Image was based on building off road vehicles because there were no roads. Just asked, Lawrence of Arabia on the Cullinan is a proper off Roader. It's got four wheel drive. It'll way through half a meter of water. It will realistically go anywhere. You'd expect your £250,000 off Roader to go, but let's face it, the Cullen owner isn't going to do any of that. They're gonna drive around on road from this very high driving position, wondering why everyone else looks a bit poor and out on the road. Cullman is every betters refined and in period, as you'd expect from the world's most expensive SUV. Listen to that. The silence is just glorious. This is the most refined SUV ever made. You really don't even know the engine switched on driving on this road. Now there's no suspension noise, no tire noise on the right. It's just extraordinary. It is so supple. It's like the road ahead of you has just been resurfaced with marshmallows on Dhe. Like every other luxury SUV out there, the Cullinan doesn't just do comfort. It also does power on it, really is more than powerful enough. It has a twin turbo charged 6.75 liter V 12 560 horsepower. I'm not sure anyone's gonna be brave enough to really hustle one of these. It goes really, really quick on. It does a great job of hiding all of its Wait until you get to a corner like, and you are very aware of how heavy it is. Let's be honest. This isn't an SUV for driving hard. It's an SUV for wafting along inglorious, soothing silence. And for that, the Cullinan is in a class of its own. However, it does have one teeny tiny problem. It is to use a technical automotive term, utterly hideous to look at. I mean, it's a little bit new. London taxi there. It's a little bit Chinese knockoff. It's all bad. And then look at the grill, all that money that design seemed. That's the best they can come up with. It just leaves that they've taken. Any old boxy SUV just slapped a grill on it on a flying lady, but she must be gutted, and I know looks or a subjective thing. But this is just wrong if I'm gonna get inside because it's safe from my eyes. Yeah, it really is quite an achievement. Rolls has somehow managed to build a £250,000 car that turns heads for all the wrong reasons. Sorry, sorry, but it's not my car, all right? Okay, Butts. There's something much worse going on here. The Cullman should feel like the peak of British engineering, but actually, I just feel cynical. It doesn't feel like it was created through passion or love or innovation. It just feels like it was created to make money raw greed because, let's face it, there are too many rich people on this planet for this tasteless car. Not to exist. I'm an apologist for the motor car. Fast, big, inefficient. I'll defend them. Cover love cars. I'm passionate about them, but I cannot construct a defense. But this car, I mean, the flag bearer for British engineering. A Rolls Royce. I'm ashamed to be in it. So if you want to experience a world class piece of British engineering that doesn't make you know yourself, get it on one of these. Oh, no. You want one of these? Matt is British Engineering. What's this? The Brompton folding bicycle. What a machine! Frankly, that's a blessed relief.