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Rolls Royce Cullinan debuted in Serbia
The new Rolls-Royce Cullinan has officially been presented in Serbia for the first time, during the 54th International Motor Show. The most distinguished socialites from Serbia’s capital have acquired their first impressions during the last night’s reception.
Denis Keefe, British ambassador in Serbia, stated during the exclusive event curated for this first appearance: “Industry of luxury in the United Kingdom is famous all over the world for its creativity, innovations and high quality. Renewed Spirit of Ecstasy is the most distinguished symbol for the Best of Britain, and we’re thrilled to welcome the first 4x4 Rolls-Royce car in Belgrade”.
“Rolls-Royce Cullinan offers top notch luxury and perfectly calm driving experience in an extremely versatile car for everyday use. This new car will get anywhere, without any exertion, giving its owner luxury no matter where he decides to go”, said Frank Timan, Director of Corporate Communications in Central and Eastern Europe at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, and highlighted that “Phantom, with its bespoke luxury, the best available materials, pure serenity and driving experience which can be compared to a magic carpet ride, still remains the leader of Rolls-Royce cars, while Cullinan finds and defines a new expression of true Rolls-Royce luxury”.
Being named after the largest diamond ever found in the entire world, the first Rolls-Royce all-terrain vehicle is a bespoke SUV, capable of conquering any obstacle and reaching any finish line. Its sophisticated adaptable air suspension is what creates the most magical driving experience in all terrains, on the road or off it.
“Cullinan will get you to your favorite fishing spot lake Perućac with style, it will break through the snowy roads to get to your winter cottage on Kopaonik with ease, and it will manage perfectly in driving your children to school, as well as going to the opera premiere, "commented Timan.
On the fair, the car was presented by Rolls-Royce vehicle designer, Pavle Trpinac, who was born in Belgrade.
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