Outrageous tuning for the luxurious Rolls-Royce Cullinan presentedNovember 9, 2020
The Japanese tuning studio Wald has developed a fairly shocking body kit for the luxury crossover Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The car now looks more like an expensive supercar than a luxury SUV. No changes were made to the power plant of the car.
Since Rolls-Royce unveiled its first Cullinan crossover two years ago, tuning companies have started producing all sorts of retrofit kits for it.
Some of them are quite reserved, while others are trying to make a very shocking crossover out of this car. The latter category includes the Japanese studio Wald, which presented a tuning package for the Rolls-Royce Cullinan called Black Bison.
The lower grille has been redesigned to match the upper, and the front bumper has a new apron with chrome trim.
More shiny accents can be seen on the side skirts and at the rear, as well as a more aggressive two-piece diffuser, LED brake light and spoiler on the tailgate.
The 10.5 x 24-inch forged rims made by Wald specifically for the luxury British crossover are also part of the tweaks, along with a downgrade kit that makes the car look more like a very expensive supercar than a luxury crossover.
You won’t find any updates from the Japanese tuner under the hood, where the twin-turbo V12 remains completely standard. This engine with a displacement of 6.75 liters develops 563 hp. (850 Nm), while the maximum torque is reached at 1600 rpm.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Carat Duchatelet studio turned the Rolls-Royce Wraith into a stylish station wagon. Design studio Niels van Roij Design, together with coachbuilder Carat Duchatelet, presented the luxurious Silver Specter Shooting Brake station wagon. The car is based on the British Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe.
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