Rolls-Royce Seraph To Return As Child Cullinan?
We envision the Seraph having smaller proportions than the Cullinan, borrowing among the Ghost’s extra curvaceous strains and
sportier particulars. The Cullinan was launched earlier than the Ghost, so we anticipate the Seraph to share extra in frequent with the latter, together with the Ghost’s headlight signature and
light-up grille choice. On the again, the Seraph may have a extra coupe-like roofline and
a shorter wheelbase, although rear-seat area ought to nonetheless be plentiful.
Underneath the hood, the Ghost and Cullinan already share a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 producing 563 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, so we anticipate this engine to hold over with an eventual Black Badge variant upping output to 600 hp. Just like the Ghost, Rolls-Royce will tune the smaller Seraph to really feel like extra of a driver’s automotive than the bigger Cullinan.