Touching the Rolls-Royce Cullinan With the Tuning Stick Is Not for the Faint of Heart

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Photo: Instagram | roadstarrmotorsports
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Can you remember how many modified copies of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan you've seen over the years? Neither can we. In fact, there is not a single person out there who does, as most tuners have at least a few components on their shelves for this luxury SUV.
It literally feels like every other Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been touched with the tuning stick. Be it a chrome-delete package, a custom wrap, a body kit (perhaps with swollen fenders), a reupholstered interior, and the rare power boost, we've seen it all. However, some builds still mesmerize us, which is why we keep dedicating some of our time to them.

So, let’s put our hands together for the latest tuned Rolls-Royce Cullinan that we came across. Shared on social media by @roadstarrmotorsports a few hours ago, it has had its pictures taken in sunny Beverly Hills, California, and it features some interesting aftermarket touches both inside and out, with the oversized alloys rounding off the makeover.

The exterior paint finish (or is that wrap?) seems like it was designed for cruising California's roads. It has a discreet orange pinstripe that ties it to the cockpit. The chrome-delete package, which has hidden those shiny accents, including the imposing grille, beneath black stickers with a glossy look, is one of the car's strong points, whereas the wheels are probably its weakest link.

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Photo: Instagram | roadstarrmotorsports
Don't get us wrong, we're fans of aftermarket alloys and think that this mod suits all models out there, regardless of their maker and when they came out, so long as the right set is chosen. And while the pattern of these Forgiatos is not bad at all, they're simply too large. The new wheels have a 26-inch diameter and were wrapped in rubberband tires. Thus, the pictured Cullinan has a much stiffer ride and a larger turning radius.

No ride on large wheels would be our first choice, whether it is for a weekend getaway or a quick run to the grocery store. We're not particularly fans of this vehicle's interior, which is too orange for our taste. The lively leather upholstery dominates the cockpit, from the front and rear seats and door cards to the center consoles. At least the headliner and pillars are black, and there are more black touches here and there, including the occasional piping.

The Instagram post doesn't say anything else about this tuned Rolls-Royce Cullinan, so we have no idea if it is for sale or if it was modified at its owner's request. We'd lean towards the latter, as they would have said something about it if they were trying to part ways with it. So, do you like the British company's luxury SUV in this specification?

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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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