Enthusiast made from the Chevy Captiva darling Rolls-Royce CullinanApril 7, 2019
An unknown enthusiast decided to make the Chevy Captiva more prestigious and expensive Rolls-Royce Cullinan from his crossover. A video with this car appeared on YouTube.
YouTube video hosting user from Hyderabad (India) uploaded a short 41-second video that shows a very unusual performance of the American crossover Chevrolet Captiva.
The fact is that this car is very reminiscent of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan premium mid-size crossover from the UK. I must say that from a distance, this car is very similar to the test prototype of a prestigious crossover.
To create a more premium car from an affordable crossover, the American Chevrolet Captiva, which is designed for emerging markets, is a good fit.
Judging from the published video, the car body is made of fiberglass filler, although this is only a suggestion, and we will never know whether it is true or not.
Don’t get us wrong, but the resulting car looks completely disgusting and terrible, although it is not as bad as it could be. At least all the body panels are painted in the same color, and the front part of the car and its false radiator grille even have something in common with the design of the original car.
The bright, marmalade gold color chosen for the Rolls Royce far-off crossover bodywork seems to suit him well, although something more restrained would have looked much better. Apparently, the owner of this car is planning to stand out in the general stream.
In conclusion, we note that it would be very interesting to see the whole process of turning the Chevrolet Captiva into the noble British crossover Rolls-Royce Cullinan – to see what was done with the interior of the car, which engine the American foundling got and a lot more.
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