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Rolls-Royce Enters the Cullinan in the Rebelle Rally :: Overland News

Press Release: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

July 1, 2019 (Reno, NV) – Today, Rolls-Royce announced their participation in the 2019 Rebelle Rally. The company will showcase the new Cullinan SUV with experienced competitors and 2018 Rebelle Rally co-champions Emme Hall and Rebecca Donaghe at the helm.

This exciting entry will compete in the CUV Class – comprised of street legal vehicles with unibody construction and two-wheel or all-wheel drive with no transfer case. The Rebelle Rally is open to stock manufacturer vehicles, not tube chassis race cars. Past entries include stock Subarus, Honda Ridgelines,  the Honda Pilot, Jaguar F-PACE, and Porsche Cayennes. Once again the class will not disappoint this year, with a wide range of capable vehicles.

“We applaud Rolls-Royce for believing in the Rebelle Rally as a place to showcase the new Cullinan. We are truly excited about the wide variety of vehicles and teams that participate and prove their competence,” noted rally founder and director Emily Miller.

Original Rebelle and automotive journalist Jaclyn Trop wrote about the Rolls-Royce Cullinan in this month’s issue of Fortune Magazine. One well-said quote from the brand’s CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös, “It’s the first Rolls-Royce that looks better dirty.”

-Royce Cullinan joins the Rebelle Rally with its first entry into the world of adventure
– Drawing from its strong history of adventure, Rolls-Royce enters this unique event with elements of serious competition and the ultimate journey
– When Rolls-Royce Motor Cars designed the Cullinan, the envisioned it being “Effortless, Everywhere”.

More information about the Rebelle Rally

Note: Expedition Portal and Overland Journal are title media sponsors of the Rebelle Rally. We are honored to support this exciting and premium motoring event.

Scott is the publisher and co-founder of Expedition Portal and Overland Journal. His travels by 4WD and adventure motorcycle span all seven continents and include three circumnavigations of the globe. He lives in Prescott, Arizona