ROLLS-ROYCE CULLINAN NAMED ‘BEST LUXURY SUV’ AT THE LUXURY NETWORK INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
TLNI’s glamorous Great Gatsby-inspired black-tie event in Dubai celebrated the best global luxury lifestyle brands
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan was named ‘Best Luxury SUV’ at the 2019 edition of The Luxury Network International’s (TLNI) awards show.
Held at the sumptuous Caesar’s Palace hotel on Bluewaters Island in Dubai Marina, the Great Gatsby-inspired black-tie event was attended by stylish VIP guests and glamorous stars.
Now in its 12th year, TLNI awards celebrate the world’s leading luxury brands while also raising money for charity.
A mix of established and emerging brands, who each represent the pinnacle of luxury in their chosen field, were honoured at the glamourous event, which also provided attendees with a platform for high-level networking opportunities.
Cullinan, the first SUV in Rolls-Royce’s history, took the title of ‘Best Luxury SUV’ thanks to its ultimate combination of the automotive marque’s legacy and traditions along with world-class on- and off-road capabilities.
Attendees at the awards helped to raise funds for the Rashid Centre for the Determined, a Dubai-based charity that offers educational activities to children and young adults with intellectual disabilities.
TLNI also showed its support for the Balsamat Charity Organization, which works to highlight the achievements of extraordinary humanitarian acts throughout the Middle East and the leading role embassies can play in bringing together people of the region and the world.
Accepting the award for ‘Best Luxury SUV’, Mr. Mamdouh Khairallah, General Manager of AGMC – Rolls-Royce Motor Cars said: “Cullinan is a defining moment in the legacy of Rolls-Royce that embraces future automotive trends while paying homage to the long and proud history of the marque.
“To receive this award from TLNI, a globally-established body that celebrates only the very best developments in the world of luxury, is a truly special moment that help establish Cullinan as a true future icon.”