An appealing proposal for something that bears Mansory's signature, it features a wide body kit with fender extensions at the front and rear and beefier side skirt attachments between them. The lower section of the front bumper was reshaped, a spoiler was added to the tailgate, and the new diffuser, with its integrated brake light, is part of the package.
To make it look sportier, the tuner also gave it various other attachments, new tailpipe trim, and different wheels of a larger diameter that have a multi-spoke design. In case you haven't noticed, there is an orange pinstripe providing some contrast to the black exterior with a chrome-delete package. But not everything was darked out, as there are some elements that have a forged carbon look, too. The new lights added up front and extra tinted windows complete the makeover on the outside.
There is no word about any possible upgraded bits and bobs under the hood, but it's not like the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is underpowered. In its base configuration, the twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 produces 562 hp (570 ps/419 kW) and 627 pound-feet (850 Nm) of torque. The Black Badge is a bit punchier, as it enjoys 592 hp (600 ps/441 kW) and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) from the same mill.
The Cullinan takes just over five seconds to hit 62 mph (100 kph) and is capable of sprinting up to 155 mph (250 kph), which is not bad for a luxury-focused SUV that weighs in excess of 6,000 pounds (2,700+ kg).
Overall, Tiesto's new whip remains elegant despite featuring a Mansory twist, and we certainly like it more than Shaq's burgundy one, which features a similar kit that was applied by West Coast Customs. Between us, Shaq's could've been posher if it wasn't for the Superman logo added to the grille, but hey, it's the man's signature, and it wouldn't have been complete without it.