Extravagant Rolls-Royce Cullinan by MansoryMarch 26, 2021
British luxury crossover Rolls-Royce Cullinan has received controversial tuning from the Mansory studio. The car body is painted green and received a wide-body kit. The interior has an abundance of leather and wood.
Infamous tuner Mansory first got his hands on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan about a year ago, when it released a controversial “package” of upgrades for the world’s most luxurious crossover. Now the same guys decided to make another attempt to improve the British car. The extravagant luxury crossover, painted in British Racing Green, has received a widebody kit.
The Cullinan isn’t a sporty crossover at all, and yet Mansory opted to equip it with tailpipe trims and a massive roof spoiler, not to mention some fake air vents on the C-pillar.
At the front there is an illuminated false radiator grille, which is also standard on the latest generation Rolls-Royce Ghost. Additional LED daytime running lights have also been added at the bottom of the custom front bumper.
Almost all surfaces of the cabin were covered with leather. A huge amount of wood is also used – the dashboard, front and rear center console, door cards and on the rear seat bulkhead. The skin has an intricate wavy pattern on the doors.
Mansory also worked on the massive V12 engine. The 6.75-liter twin-turbo engine now develops 601 hp. power and a whopping 950 Nm of torque. Despite its colossal weight, the Rolls-Royce SUV now accelerates to 100 km / h in five seconds and has a top speed of 280 km / h.
Not long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Mansory studio has modernized the Audi RS Q8 cross. Mansory atelier has finalized the German crossover Audi RS Q8. On Wednesday, November 18, the CarsWeek portal informs about this, relying on the press center of the tuning company.
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