How the New Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV uses dozens of Linear Actuators to up its game
There are clearly far too many rich people with bad taste for this car not to exist, because its not exactly a looker now is it. But what it does have are some very cool features, and it uses a lot of Linear Actuators to up its game and make this car simply amazing.
The first thing you will notice in the video below is that the tow bar is motion controlled. Press a button on the dash, and the bar flips out for you. That's pretty cool, no one else has done that yet.
Next thing you see is the split rear door opens both top and bottom electronically. And then a drawer slides out to reveal 2 seats and a mini table that swivel around and pop up. This is all done using linear actuators and motors. The results as soon as you motorize something is pretty impressive, in fact the industry have changed so much that we all expect some level of automation in all our cars these days, I mean if the trunk doesn't open and close itself then it must be from the 90's. It seems every year Automakers up their game by offering more and more automation in their cars. The Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV just took it to the ultimate level and basically automated everything. Even all 4 doors open and close with a touch of a button.