Mansory Turns the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Into a Purple Luxury Wagon

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Photo: Instagram | Mansory
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This tuned Rolls-Royce Cullinan is having a typical Monday. It's feeling blue beneath that purple beefed-up look, and it has Mansory to 'thank' for its station wagon-y stance.
For something that came from Mansory, the luxury crossover is not bad at all. For one, the controversial tuner refrained from using the flashy forged carbon on the add-ons, which comprise the front and rear bumper attachments, new side skirts, and fender flares.

It has a touch of carbon fiber to bring out its sporty side, even though it doesn't really have one. The chrome-delete package suits the makeover, as all shiny accents have been blacked out. The purple look contributes to its elevated approach, and the black alloys with a multi-spoke design and extra DRLs round off the makeover on the outside.

From what we can tell, Mansory does not appear to have left a big mark on the cockpit of this Rolls-Royce Cullinan. That's at first glance, as zooming in on certain images reveals the Mansory-branded headrests. Thus, the white leather upholstery with the occasional purple touch came from the controversial tuner, and this company has likely signed other components, like the seatbelts, steering wheel, dashboard panel, center console, etc.

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Photo: Instagram | Mansory
There is no word about a possible power boost, so chances are the V12 engine with twin-turbocharging and a 6.75-liter displacement still produces 562 horsepower (570 ps/419 kW). The Black Badge enjoys a bit more, as the output is rated at 592 horsepower (600 ps/441 kW), and it has 664 pound-foot (900 Nm) of torque in both iterations.

If you forgot, the Cullinan has been refreshed. The British automaker gave it a new lighting signature up front and a different bumper that's not as sleek as its predecessor. There is also a new backlit grille, and it is a premiere for this model. Inside, it has a full-width digital dashboard inspired by the Spectre, as well as new materials and several other bits and bobs, especially on the superior Black Badge model.

Rolls-Royce unveiled the facelifted Cullinan a little over a month ago, so it is only a matter of time until tuners, including Mansory, have their way with it. In the meantime, they will keep modifying its predecessor at its owners' request. If we were to guess, we'd say that the purple copy pictured above was a special commission.

Again, this tuned Cullinan is not bad for something that came from Mansory's portfolio. Mind you, we wouldn't give ours a purple look if we were fortunate enough to own one, and we reckon neither will you, right? So, before wrapping it up and proceeding to the next story, what's your take on this Rolls-Royce? Is it a yay or a nay?

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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