But, no worries, the folks who earn in three days the cash needed for a Rolls-Royce Cullinan (Erling Haaland, ahem, ahem!) always find creative new ways of ensuring their elephant, sorry, ultra-luxury super-SUV stands out in the proper game reserve or crowd. And it's all thanks to the imaginative aftermarket realm, of course. Sometimes you don't even need a feistier 591-horsepower Black Badge to attract attention, and the V12 Cullinan with 563 horsepower will be more than enough to impose your ride anywhere you go.
And that is all courtesy of the good folks over at Hollywood, California-based RDB LA, who have an overabundance of modified luxury and super-SUVs, so nobody should be surprised by the wide one! As such, in between many Range Rovers, Mercedes-AMG G63 4x4 Squared heroes, and even the occasional all-black Land Rover Defender 130 with added accessories and Aerodisc-style RDB Wheels, there is always room for one more Brit. That would be a wide Brit, thank you, given the allure of the widebody Rolls-Royce Cullinan that is all dressed in black – save for the essential details, which include the badges, Spirit of Ecstasy, exhaust outlets, and the giant 50-spoke RDB aftermarket wheels!
Frankly, after seeing so many murdered-out ideas, including a crazy one that mixed Forgiato 'steelies' with Nitto Tire's Ridge Grappler all-terrain tires, we are inclined to believe this is precisely how posh Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUVs are supposed to look: as wide as possible, slightly lowered, primarily black, and riddled with chromed details. Oh, and let us not forget about the additional contrasting atmosphere the cabin provides, which seems to feature a ritzy combination of a subtle nuance of yellow, carbon fiber trim, and some matching black bits and pieces. Frankly, the Purosangue and XM are in for the upcoming fight of their life if they seek to dethrone the Cullinan from the aftermarket preferences of customers!