While Rolls-Royce is preparing for the world debut of its first ever SUV Cullian, Mo Aoun – an American automotive designer thinks that the famed Ghost would be also great if it were an SUV.
The famed Ghost would be also great if it were an SUV
Frankly speaking, when we first looked at Aoun’s mesmerizing renderings, we immediately thought that they were well worth sharing.
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Through those virtual images, we see an aggressive but sleek off-roader with an extremely high ground clearance, thickset tires, a unique snorkel, solid steel bumpers and plates, a set of addition four lights on the roof, modern plastic fender flares and especially, an impressive roof box. Despite this striking look, we are brought back to reality by the fact that it’s just a virtual ride.
We see an aggressive but sleek off-roader with an extremely high ground clearance and thickset tires
Fortunately, there is good news for those who are fascinated by off-road SUV. According to the British luxury marque, its Cullinan SUV is set to kick off next year. This will be the most sumptuous SUVs in its segment which is expected to provide a high ride quality, super commodious cabin with leading-edge technology and more importantly, a huge V12 engine under the bonnet.
Despite this striking look, we are brought back to reality by the fact that it’s just a virtual ride
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Even though the Rolls-Royce was only seen under a protective camouflage, the must-awaited SUV is claimed to be an iconic Rolls with a Phantom’s front end.
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