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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Rolls-Royce introduces Prototype of Project Cullinan

As an open letter issued on February 18, 2015, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars promising to give progress information of Project Cullinan to stakeholders. 

To fulfill this promise, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 has published photographs of early milestone vehicle development program.
Rolls-Royce Project Cullinan prototype. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1c4QcPw)
These photos depict the initial prototype which can be seen on public roads this week. This initial prototype engineering refers to the Phantom Series II models with lower body, which was specifically created to initiate the development of a system of all-wheel drive suspension that will produce the ease of driving anywhere.
Front side view of Rolls-Royce Project Cullinan prototype. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1c4QcPw)
This body may indicate the size of the new car, but did not show aspects of the high-sided and all-terrain design as announced by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in February 2015. The series of initial tests will focus on the character of Project Cullinan in on-road track that includes a spike suspension to high body vehicle stability and will test the new suspension on all types of international road surface, both in test facilities and on public roads.
Rear side view of Rolls-Royce Project Cullinan prototype. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1c4QcPw)
The road surface test include a Belgian Pave, cobblestone, concrete corrugated, the road surfaces cause noise and echoes and the surfaces with speed reducer. The Cullinan Project prototype engineering test for on-road and off-road will take the same time. This is to ensure that consumers can feel the quality of unparalleled driving over rough surfaces and challenging terrain as they feel on the highway. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CAR AND DRIVER]
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