Fake pickup Rolls-Royce Cullinan spotted in the streets

Fake pickup Rolls-Royce Cullinan spotted in the streets

November 16, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

This is actually a Chevrolet truck with the original “Spirit of Ecstasy” on the hood.

The birth of the Cullinan, the first Rolls-Royce SUV in history, has opened many doors. For example, there are more and more upscale assemblies that are trying to repeat the British model. And now let’s talk about the Chevrolet instance seen by photo spies, which is as good as any other car of the American brand.

Despite the difference in body model, the Chevrolet pickup truck has an obvious resemblance to the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Of course, such tricks are not something from the category of surprises, but we must admit that there are several things that are installed here for a reason.

For example, the one who built this “workhorse” managed to keep it all in the GM arena. On the one hand, the only product that is not supplied by the American automaker is the traditional radiator grille. As for the headlights, they are closed in such a way that from a distance they resemble the headlights of a Goodwood SUV. The front bumper was borrowed from GMC Yukon.

Partially, the Rolls-Royce effect is achieved through a two-tone Chevrolet finish. It is worth mentioning a sticker on the windshield, as well as additional yellow lights found on a British car. As for the wheels, they are obviously part of the paint scheme.

    However, there is one element that shares opinions more than everyone else, and it is a bird replacing the famous “Spirit of Ecstasy” on top of the above-mentioned radiator grille. Who knows, perhaps the owner of this vehicle is simply engaged in breeding birds.