2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan First Drive Review: Tetonic Shift

When you jump inside the cabin, it becomes instantly clear why Aston Martin puts 200 hours into building a car. There is hand-stitched Scottish leather, metal and carbon fiber everywhere, and all the luxury surrounds an infotainment system that works, thanks to being Daimler's. The seats are comfortable, the necessity of the power lid on the central storage gives you enough to think about, and while the hood doesn't look as muscular from the cockpit as you might expect, the rear fenders have a reassuringly wild stance though those carbon fiber mirrors. After all, they were sculpted to hide 305-wide chunks of sticky rubber.

It's no surprise that the DBS Superleggera is a missile in a straight line, but instead of being a one trick pony, it also chews through corners like a Becker-tuned car should. To enhance the experience, despite being turbocharged, the V12 disguises itself as a supercharged engine at high loads, due to its oil pump making a very distinctive whining sound. That's very entertaining, and with the ever increasing intake noise, plus all the bangs coming from the pipes once your conscience makes you lift off, the DBS tends to deliver the goods every time you're done playing nice.

Continue reading our first drive of the new DBS here.

Source : https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/road-tests/g22002675/the-best-cars-of-2019/

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