Mansory will turn the Rolls-Royce Cullinan into a “billionaire” for a million eurosMarch 6, 2019
Tuner submitted to Geneva a new program of improvements
Atelier Mansory presented at the Geneva Motor Show a project based on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV, which was called the Billionaire. In total, the tuner will build 13 such cars, and the cost of each of them will be at least 785 thousand euros
The car got its name in honor of the German luxury clothing brand Billionaire, together with which the car was developed. The brand logo is placed on the headrests, upholstered seats and door panels. The armrests and sidewalls of the seats are trimmed with crocodile leather, and white leather is used to design other parts of the interior.
For the SUV, the tuner has prepared an aggressive body kit with enlarged air intakes in new bumpers, a carbon spoiler, a massive diffuser, extended wheel arches and sills. The car also received four large rectangular exhaust pipe nozzles and 24-inch wheels with 295/30 tires.
The power of the 6.75-liter V12 engine increased by 40 horsepower, and the maximum torque per 100 Nm. Now the unit produces 611 forces and 950 Nm. To 100 km/h machine is accelerate less than five seconds. Maximum speed – 280 kilometers per hour.
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