Testing continues for the new Rolls-Royce SUV, as the latest prototype was scooped in Death Valley alongside a variety of test cars from both the British luxury brand and BMW.
Roll's first ever SUV will rival the Bentley Bentayga, and will also be a more luxurious alternative to the Range Rover SVAutobiography and Lamborghini Urus.
Although its design is still kept under wraps, we do have a pretty clear picture of what it will look like, based on recent spy shots and renderings.
The luxury SUV will share quite a few things with the new generation Phantom, including its aluminum platform. However, the "high-sided all-terrain motor car", which is Rolls' way of referring to it, will get a new all-wheel drive system in addition to various chassis and suspension settings, which will allow it to perform not only the tarmac, but off-road as well.
Despite being, for a long time, called the Cullinan, after the famous diamond mined in South Africa in 1905 that is the largest rough one ever found, Rolls-Royce has made it clearthat this was a "working title" and the production version of its SUV will bear a different name.