Mansory has just finished up work customizing its latest Rolls-Royce Cullinan and made some very bold design choices with the luxurious SUV.
The tuning company first unveiled its Rolls-Royce Cullinan upgrade package, dubbed ‘Billionaire’, at last year’s Geneva Motor Show and even 12 months later, the modifications are just as in-your-face as ever.
Up front, Mansory has overhauled the Cullinan’s fascia with a blacked-out grille, a new bumper, and a host of custom air vents. There’s even a carbon fiber splitter. In addition, the SUV sports horizontal LED daytime running lights at the very base of the bumper.
The modifications continue at the sides where Mansory has fitted flared front and rear wheel arches as well as extended side skirts. There are also new 24-inch wheels. Rounding out the changes included with Mansory’s bodykit is a spoiler stretching out from the roof, and a new rear bumper incorporating a diffuser and quad tailpipes.
This particular Rolls-Royce Cullinan ‘Billionaire’ from the tuner is made all the more eye-catching thanks to the British Racing Green paint scheme adorning the exterior, including the wheels. Finishing up the modifications is a suspension lowering kit which likely impacts the plush ride quality of the SUV.
Numerous alterations have been made inside. Most notably, the seats, floors, door panels, center console, dashboard, and steering wheel are all clad in new tan-colored leather.
Despite what the name suggests, you do not need to be a billionaire to afford a Rolls-Royce Cullinan that’s been worked on by Mansory – a mere millionaire is enough, as prices start from €785,000 (US$859,378) in Germany.