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Mansory's Tuned Rolls-Royce Cullinan Is Quite Elegant, in a Brawny Way

Most of Mansory’s projects have a ‘love it or hate it’ flair, sometimes with emphasis on the latter, but not this tuned Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The luxury SUV is rather elegant, in a muscular manner, so we can dare to say that they have nailed the design for the most part, both inside and out.
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Dubbed the Midnight Blue, the exterior color contributes to the head-turning looks of this Rolls-Royce Cullinan, and it is no longer contrasted by the shiny accents, due to the chrome-delete package.

The wide body kit could have been a bit less aggressive, but at least it’s not on the OTT side. It comprises the new front bumper, with an add-on on the lower part, extra LED lights, and the usual chin spoiler with side blades. Fatter side skirts, fender flares, and new trim in front of the doors are other highlights of the build.

Moving to the back end, this tuned luxury SUV has a new rear bumper too, and a much sportier diffuser, with a third brake light integrated in the middle. Quad exhaust pipes, no less than two spoilers, one mounted on the roof, and the other one below the rear windscreen, add-ons on the rear pillars, and big multi-spoke alloys, with Mansory center caps, complete the looks.

A two-tone finish was chosen for the interior, combining light blue and white on the seats, which have opposite hues at the front and rear. Mansory’s signature is visible on the seatbacks, headrests, and steering wheel, with the latter having a bit too much carbon fiber, just like the mid-section of the dashboard, and the center console by the looks of it. A sunroof and the signature starlight headliner are included too, alongside a variety of comfort and technology features, because this is, after all, a Rolls-Royce.



 
 
 
 
 

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