Even though it may not be visible initially, this modified luxury SUV has additional stuff worth mentioning. The wide body kit is on the list, featuring a redesigned front bumper with additional LED strips, fat fender flares, chunky side skirt attachments, and a new diffuser with a four-fin styling and cutouts for the exhaust tips. A pair of spoilers decorates the tailgate and rounds off the add-ons.
Don't go anywhere yet, as we still have to mention the wheels. Featuring a concave shape and a multi-spoke pattern with a Y-shape, they retain the Rolls-Royce center capes and come from the aftermarket world. The size is unknown, as the tuner hasn't mentioned it in the short caption accompanying the images released on social media a few hours ago, though they look like they measure 24 or 25 inches in diameter.
Despite the large size of the alloys, they still fit under the arches, even with the lowered ground clearance. Thus, suspension mods are also on the list, and they seem to complete the work. Since we cannot see the interior through the tinted windows, we can assume it has remained stock. Moreover, we can probably say the same about the engine, as the tuner hasn't said anything about it at the time of writing.
A twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 engine powers the Rolls-Royce Cullinan and kicks out 627 pound-feet (850 Nm) of torque and 562 horsepower (570 ps/419 kW). This is a vehicle that focuses on luxury, offering a magic carpet-like driving experience, so the naught to sixty-two miles per hour (0-100 kph) acceleration is not that important. However, that doesn't mean it cannot complete it fast, as it is dealt with in just a little over five seconds en route to a 155 mph (250 kph) top speed.
The tuner says this build features their V1 Widebody Package, with the V2 coming soon, and a set of RDB wheels, adding that this is "the Cullinan of your dreams." So, are they right about it?