Not-the-Prettiest Rolls-Royce Cullinan Ends Up on Social Media Looking All Confused

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Photo: Instagram | keyvanyoffical
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The tuning fairy should never touch certain vehicles, as there's a great chance of ruining them, and most luxury machines fall into this category. The list also includes the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, as this model is not exactly tuner-friendly material.
Nevertheless, that doesn't mean anything for certain owners, who almost immediately jump on the tuning bandwagon after signing their name on the dotted line. And with so many copies cruising the roads of numerous countries, the offering is vast.

In this case, it comprises a reinterpreted lower section of the front bumper, complete with an apron that features side blades. This company also gave it fender flares, new fender trim, side skirt attachments, a controversial diffuser, a roof-mounted wing, and a spoiler on the tailgate.

Every aftermarket component was made of carbon fiber. The vehicle has a black look with all kinds of orange accents, including those on the wheels. Speaking of the luxury SUV's new running shoes, they're on the large side and have a multi-spoke design and a concave shape. And if you cannot tell the tuner behind this build, even though their name is visible on multiple parts, it is Keyvany.

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Photo: Instagram | keyvanyoffical
Alongside DarwinPro Aero, this company follows in Mansory's footsteps, as most of its project cars are on the flashy side. This applies to the pictured Rolls-Royce Cullinan, too, which isn't the prettiest we've seen. Then again, it's not the ugliest either, so we reckon this places it in the tuning Purgatory, and it looks very confused due to the reworked suspension to the point where the average Joe might mistake it for a station wagon.

Did you think that after maiming the exterior, Keyvany would be done? Of course not. The tuner also left its mark on the exquisite cabin, making it look very pumpkin-y with the new leather upholstery. It has an orange look and can be seen on most touchable surfaces. The seats, door cards, dashboard, center console, steering wheel, and others bear it, joined by additional carbon fiber trim. The tuner's logo decorating the steering wheel, headrests, and other parts seems to round off the makeover.

In the social media post that brought us these images, Keyvany uses some very big words. "We are more than clean" and "perfection is not a coincidence" should be rephrased to emphasize the flashy side of its projects, which are very controversial. Don't believe us? Well, check out this link then, which will take you to other builds that bear their signature. We've been covering their rides since 2020 and think some of them need to bathe in gasoline and dry off using an open flame.

But you don't have to agree with us on that, and we certainly won't judge you if you declare your open love to this Rolls-Royce Cullinan. We just hope you don't do that and realize it looks better with no aftermarket wizardry.

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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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