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Get Your Cheque Books Ready Because The New Rolls Royce SUV Will Be Called... Cullinan

Who uses cheque books these days? And do millennials know what a cheque book is, or what it actually does? No, of course not everything is either digital or social. Or Cryptocurrency. At least millennials know what an SUV is, they are all over the place because lots of millennials are buying them.

So, with that in mind millennials will not even bat an eyelid to a Rolls Royce SUV, they don't know any better for they’re be too busy on social media buying Bitcoins.

But 20th century traditionalists will be fundamentally concerned, a Rolls Royce SUV is like putting a top-hat on top of a top hat, but who wears top hats these days?

Millennials wear baseball caps with t-shirtsd, jeans and trendy sports shoes, this is how the richest millennials among us will dress when they visit a Rolls Royce dealership to digitally purchase a Cullinan with Bitcoins.

Or, if they are really smart, they will use Carcela.com, we're spreading the word baby and you know Carcela makes sense.

The Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV is named after the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever found, it was discovered in a diamond mine in South Africa and was so named after the Chairman of the mine, Thomas Cullinan, in April 1905.

“We were inspired by the epic processes, over many millennia, which went into the creation of the Cullinan Diamond. The name embodies the many facets of our new motor car’s promise. It speaks of endurance and absolute solidity in the face of the greatest pressures; it tells of rarity and preciousness and it alludes to the pioneering, adventurous spirit of The Hon. Charles Rolls and the engineering innovation of Sir Henry Royce; and, of course, it speaks of absolute luxury, wherever you venture in the world” said Rolls Royce CEO Müller-Ötvös.

Cullinan is the second Rolls-Royce to sit atop the company’s recently announced all-new proprietary aluminium spaceframe ‘Architecture of Luxury’. Be warned it’s going to be expensive... very expensive.