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Rolls-Royce Cullinan – brand’s first-ever SUV debuts
In Cars, International News, Rolls-Royce / By Anthony Lim / 14 May 2018 7:20 pm / 0 comments

Rolls-Royce has officially revealed its new Cullinan SUV. Named after the largest rough diamond ever discovered, the vehicle is the brand’s first-ever off-road offering, and is certainly no wallflower when it comes to physical presence and specifications.

It’s a big car – at 5,341 mm long, 2,165 mm wide and 1,835 mm tall, with a 3,295 mm-long wheelbase, the Cullinan sits taller than its primary competitor, the Bentley Bentayga. The high-bodied, three-box design has plenty of taut vertical and horizontal lines, making for an imposing presence. Styling cues include a hand-polished stainless steel front grille, coach format doors and 22-inch wheels.

At 2,660 kg, it’s is also heavier than the Bentayga, by more than 200 kg. Motive power is provided by a 6.75 litre twin-turbo V12 petrol engine as seen on the Phantom, the unit offering 563 hp at 5,000 rpm and 850 Nm at 1,600 rpm in the way of output. No acceleration figures were listed, but this isn’t a car which you’d leave tyre marks on the tarmac with. Owners will be able to glide their way to a 250 km/h electronically-limited top speed.

As you’d expect, it’s all in the finer details and plushness with this one. The Cullinan prepares occupants for entry by lowering itself by 40 mm to aid ingress, and once inside, driver and passengers simply have to press the door-closing button to close the doors – the apertures can also be closed from the outside via a single touch of the sensor on the exterior door handles.

Cabin novelties include a smaller, thicker steering wheel as well as heated and ventilated seats, and driving information is presented via digital instrumentation, while a central touchscreen offers function selection, map view and vehicle set-up. A Spirit of Ecstasy function controller sits on the central console, along with ‘Off-Road’ and Hill Descent Control buttons and height adjustment controls for the air suspension system.

Trim materials include the usual wood and a new, durable and water-resistant boarded ‘Box Grain’ black leather – similar to that used in Italian high-end luggage and handbags – for the upper fascia.

The rear passenger compartment is where all the prime acreage is, and the automaker says that this has been designed to offer the best seat in the house based on particular needs – the Cullinan has a choice of two rear seating configurations, namely Lounge Seats or Individual Seats.

The Lounge Seat configuration offers space for three passengers in the rear, and the seats can be folded – a first for the brand – via boot or rear door pocket button controls. Both seat backs can be folded completely, creating a flat load area or in a 2/3 and 1/3 split.

The second rear configuration, the Individual Seat, sees two individual rear seats in place, separated by a Fixed rear centre console incorporating a drinks cabinet with Rolls-Royce whisky glasses and decanter, champagne flutes and refrigerator. The electrically-adjustable seats also offer tailoring of desired seating position for occupants.

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As standard, the boot area offers 560 litres of cargo space, growing to 600 with the parcel shelf removed. Access to this is via an opening tailgate called ‘The Clasp’. In a nod to an era when luggage was mounted on the exterior of the car, the rear profile of Cullinan is a two-part, ‘D-Back’ format, with the bustle denoting the place of the luggage, with the opening and closing of its two sections done automatically, accomplished via the key fob button.

The cargo area also comes with an additional feature in the form of a glass partition that isolates the passenger cabin from the luggage compartment, creating an inner ecosystem for the occupants. In addition to improving NVH levels, the sealed cabin created by the glass partition wall ensures that occupants remain in the optimum temperature set by the climate control even when the luggage compartment hatch is open.

There’s also the Viewing Suite, which affords Cullinan owners the ability to savour special moments in ultimate luxury on the rear deck, with the assistance of two rear-facing leather chairs with an accompanying cocktail table in the SUV’s rear compartment.

Luxury doesn’t mean a shortage of tech, and the Cullinan comes loaded with driver assist kit – on the list is active cruise control, collision warning, cross-traffic alert, lane departure and lane change warning as well as Night Vision and Vision Assist, which includes daytime and night-time Wildlife & Pedestrian warning. Also on, a four camera system with panoramic, all-round visibility and helicopter view.

Additionally, the equipment list includes an high-resolution head-up display, navigation and entertainment systems, a WiFi hotspot and five USB ports around the cabin. Mobile phones can also be wirelessly charged in the front of the cabin.

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Choosing the right driving instructor is a crucial step for both parents and learners. A qualified driver is able to teach the focused lessons to make sure the young driver is in a much better position to follow the best driving habits. On average, a young driver will need about 20 hours of private practice and a further 40 hours of professional instruction. Even though it can be tempting to choose a driving instructor based on the cost per lesson, there are several other things that need to be considered to become a confident driver.

Let’s take a look at a few of the most important things to consider:

Use a fully qualified driver

The most productive lessons will come from using a fully qualified instructor. You should ask a potential instructor whether they are a trainee or fully qualified. They should display an appropriate badge in the car window to display their qualification. A fully qualified instructor will have a green badge, while the trainee will have a pink one. Also, the instructors are graded. The best instructors have a grade of A or B, which can be checked by seeing their certificate. Additionally, it is worth asking about the pass rate of the potential instructor to get a further indication of their ability to teach the learner driver.

Get personal referrals

The most effective way to find a reputable instructor is to get a personal referral from a friend, family member or colleague who has recently passed their test. Any instructor that is able to explain things clearly, turn up on time and put the driver at ease will be easy to recommend.

Are the prices competitive?

The costs quoted by the different driving schools are certain to range in price, so it is worth shopping around. It isn’t likely to benefit to simply go with the instructor that quotes the cheapest price per lesson, especially if you end up needing to book more lessons. While the price is a key factor, it is just as important to consider the qualifications. Also, it may benefit to use the independent instructor because they will not need to up their rates to cover the franchise fees for their brand name. The length of a lesson can range from 45 to 60 minutes, so it is worth checking before booking a lesson. Additionally, it isn’t worth making a block booking until two or three lessons have been completed with a particular instructor to make sure they are the right fit for your personality.

Asuransi is an Indonesian word for insurance. Insurance is defined as the equitable risk transfer of a loss, from one entity to another, in exchange for payment. The main concept of insurance – that of spreading risk – has been around as long as human existence.

The first methods of transferring or distributing risk were practiced by Chinese and Babylonian traders as long ago as 3000 to 2000 years BC, that is about 5000 years ago. Chinese merchants used to travel with a lot of valuable things, they travelled through land and water. When they travelled across the island, they distributed their goods into several ships to limit the loss due to any single ship capsizing. While the Babylonians developed a system which was recorded in the famous Code of Hammurabi around 1750 BC. It was practiced by early Mediterranean sailing merchants. A merchant who wanted to ship his trades would receive a loan to fund his shipment. If the shipment arrived in good condition, the merchant should pay back the loan to the lender with an additional sum in exchange for the lender’s guarantee to cancel the loan should the shipment be stolen.

In England, insurance was first established in the late 17th century. But before that time, there are “friendly societies” existed in England. Each member donated amounts of money to a general sum that could be used for emergencies. Near the end of the 17th century, London’s growing importance as a centre for trade increased demand for marine insurance. While in the United States, In 1752, the Philadelphia Contributionship for the Insurance of Houses from Loss by Fire became the first mutual fire insurance company in America.

Insurance in Indonesia started in the Dutch colonial period, associated with the success of the country’s companies in the plantation sector and trade in Indonesia. To ensure its survival, then insurance is absolutely necessary. During World War II activities of insurance in Indonesia practically stalled, mainly because of the closure of the insurance companies owned by Dutch and British.

After World War ended, the British company and the Dutch company resume operations in Indonesia after its independence. Until 1964, the insurance industry market in Indonesia was still dominated by Foreign Companies, especially the Dutch and English.

About 10 years later, in 1975, Avrist forerunner began when Mr. Harry Diah established PT Asuransi Jiwa Ikrar Abadi (AJIA) officially in November 1975. AJIA Headquarters located in one of the properties in Jalan Saharjo, Jakarta. AJIA opened the Group Management Division, which offered a variety of products and group insurance service and pension funds. In 1984, AJIA made joint venture with American International Assurance. Co., Ltd.. (AIA) and became the first multinational joint venture life insurance company in Indonesia. In 2009, AIA Indonesia renamed PT Avrist Assurance and became an independent company, with the support of more than one million loyal customers, an extensive network of distribution channels and reputation as one of the leaders in the Indonesian insurance market.

The success of an insurance company can not be separated from its agents. Insurance agents have much to contribute in the success of their companies.
And the success of an insurance agent usually depends on the support of the company and the good protection products the company provides.

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