Mansory hardly ever ceases to amaze us with its skill to just take an now opulent automobile and transform it into anything even a lot more extravagant. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan has a commencing selling price of well more than $three hundred,000 and a person can shell out 1000’s of bucks on options to build the suitable specification, but what if the gifted folks from Goodwood just cannot establish the glamorous automobile you are longing for? This is wherever Mansory will come in, and they’ll happily change eight examples of the world’s most highly-priced SUV into the “Coachline” spec.
Though the Cullinan was conceived to be the most lavish and tasteful SUV ever, Mansory decided to inject some sportiness by setting up bigger air intakes at the entrance wherever the custom hood is made from carbon fiber. Those people new side skirts are apparently a lot more than just for clearly show as they provide a practical goal by optimizing the airflow, although we just cannot say the exact same detail about the “vents” on the entrance fenders and rear pillar. At the back again, quad exhausts and many spoilers are telltale symptoms this isn’t a regular variation of the glitzy SUV.
As if the exterior was not now placing plenty of, open up the common Rolls-Royce suicide doors and your eyes will be invaded by the abundance of turquoise applied even on the car boy or girl seat. It’s not just the inside that has acquired the flashy shade as even the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament has been bathed in turquoise, considerably like the vertical slats of the grille as well as the coachline separating the body’s Ocean Blue and Key Silver shades.
Outside of the glimpse-at-me makeover, Mansory also tweaked the motor by taking the twin-turbo six.75-liter V12 from 563 horsepower and 627 pound-feet (850 Newton-meters) of torque to 601 hp and 700 lb-ft (950 Nm). That makes it a lot more highly effective than the Cullinan Black Badge and can help the luxobarge do -62 mph (-100 km/h) in five seconds en route to 174 mph (280 km/h).
Mansory doesn’t say how considerably it fees to change the Cullinan to the Coachline specification, but we’re guaranteed it’s not inexpensive.