Rolls-Royce Cullinan wins off-road conversion from German tuner Car News

An off-road tuner has revealed a Rolls-Royce Cullinan modified to tackle rough terrain, with a selection of parts costing a total of €150,000 (£126,213).

The custom Cullinan, which was created by German company Delta 4×4, features raised suspension, a roof tent and all-terrain tires designed for snow, mud and sand.

A front bar which costs €3900 (£3281) has also been added to improve frontal protection.

There are no less than ten PIAA headlights fitted, six of them mounted on the front bar and four mounted above the windscreen.

The tent was pitched on the Cullinan’s €8,000 (£6,731) roof rack, which Delta 4×4 says is also capable of holding sheets of sand, water canisters, boxes and shovels.

The SUV’s 20-inch wheels are fitted with 33-inch Mickey Thompson tires costing €15,000 (£12,621) a set.

Delta 4×4 has designed new wheel arch extensions to accommodate the wheels, at €14,000 (£11,779).

Thanks to a €15,000 lift kit, the Cullinan’s ground clearance is increased by at least 80mm. Also due to the larger tires, it sits about 150mm higher than standard.

Also included is a snorkel system mated to a new exhaust, which Delta 4×4 says will be homologated for Europe.

The upgraded exhaust is suitable for “deep water passage” as well as heavy duty underbody protection.

The performance of the off-roader has not been disclosed, but the car retains that of Rolls-Royce 591 hp 6.75-liter V12 engine, which typically takes the Cullinan from 0 to 62 mph in 4.9 seconds.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-08 14:44:44

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