Direct from finance company; 55,900 miles; Salamanca Blue with
Arctic White interior; three owners; supplied new by Rolls-Royce Manchester then
purchased second-hand from Alexander's Prestige for £280,000; recorded service
history; rare opportunity to acquire the world's most opulent
This magnificent Cullinan was supplied new by Rolls Royce Manchester in October 2019. The most expensive SUV of its time and named after the biggest diamond ever found, it is powered by a 6,749cc twin-turbo V12 producing 563bhp and a mighty 627lb/ft of torque with 8-speed automatic transmission and permanent four-wheel drive.
After its initial service, it has had six further services at 8,141 miles in 2020; 15,528 miles in 2021; 24,192 miles in April 2022; 26,374 miles in June 2022; 37,491 miles in November 2022 and 48,756 miles in June this year. This is all recorded digitally within the car which is now showing 55,922 miles.
In June 2021 the car passed to the current (third) owner via distinguished dealers, Alexander's Prestige (invoice on file). At that time it had covered 9,857 miles and was sold for £279,995 with the help of a finance company who are directly offering it for sale in this auction due to unsettled payments.
Presented in gleaming Salamanca Blue with an Arctic White interior, it has all the standard luxury features you would expect from Rolls-Royce. It also includes quite a number of options such as the panoramic glass sunroof, rear privacy glass, Goodwood VIN plaque to the B-post, R-R embossing to the doors and headrests, front massage seats and rear theatre configuration. For such an immense vehicle there is also, of course, the all-important parking assist feature which displays a 3D panoramic view all around the car. There are too many features to list in full here, but the original spec sheet is shown in the photos.
Recently flying through its MOT with no advisories, the current ticket is valid until November 2024. It is clear from the mileage that this Rolls has been used and one can see some surface wear to the driver's seat in the photographs. There are some grazes to a couple of the 22in diamond cut wheels, also evident in the photos, and a slight scratch to the rear. It should also be noted that since it has been with us, we have been unable to open the boot.
Rarely offered by public auction, this is a highly unusual opportunity to acquire possibly the most luxurious and powerful of all SUVs at a very attractive guide price.
Please note that although the car is now recorded under its original registration, MV69 EKL, it is still wearing a personal plate which will need changing before it is driven on the road.
PS: The boot now functions correctly
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