Granted, we need to acknowledge other instances when Mansory didn’t exaggerate, such as that time when they modified the Porsche Cayenne Coupe or the boringly understated Audi RS Q8. On this occasion, since we’re dealing with a Rolls-Royce, there was no other way around the Cullinan, though.
Frankly, we’ve never been fans of the British automaker’s depiction of an SUV (we can’t say the Bentayga is a looker either, so you may hold us in contempt for starting a trend). Still, at least we don’t mind seeing a humongous light-up grille as much as when the logo above is round and dressed in white and blue (yes, we’re talking about the BMW grille conundrum).
This Mansory conversion is an ode to the British Isles from grille to the starlight headliner, packing a spectacular British Racing Green paint job, a full leather interior in a contrasting white and tan shade, as well as numerous aero enhancements that actually bode well for the quadruple exhaust system.
Of course, the German tuner hasn’t just fiddled with the looks and creature comforts and called it a day. After all, those extra LEDs fitted to the custom front bumper (by the way, have you noticed the grille extends below the license plate holder?) need to point out something, don’t they?
Perhaps they’re beacons lighting the way forward as the Mansory Cullinan thunders and rumbles on the highway (preferably the Autobahn) to showcase its newly found performance credentials. Those include a power bump to 610 PS (602 hp), enabling a sprint from zero to 62 mph (100 kph) in 5 seconds and a top speed of 174 mph (280 kph).