We can't imagine the British carmaker will be best pleased about this.
With the cancelation of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show due to worries over the coronavirus outbreak, many automakers and tuners were unable to show their latest products on the grand stage. Of course, this means we weren't able to see all of the latest customized exotics from Mansory. Last year, the tuner know for building some of the wildest (and sometimes ugliest) exotic cars on the planet, showed off an assortment of vehicles including a Bentley Continental GT, Bugatti Chiron, and Lamborghini Urus among others.
This year, the German tuner planned to show off several new creations including one based on the Mercedes-Benz G-Class and another based on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Dubbed, the Mansory Coastline, this luxury SUV has one of the craziest interiors you will ever see on a car. It will sear out your retinas with its brightness.
Transforming the Cullinan into the Coastline begins on the exterior, where Mansory's designers placed larger intakes in the new front apron and installed carbon fiber lightweight hood (which should come in handy on a 6,000-pound SUV). The sides and rear have also been redesigned and Mansory installed a spoiler lip to reduce lift. A flashy set of wheels and two-tone paintwork in matte "Oceanblue" and contrasting "Secret Silver" finish off the eye-catching styling.
Under the hood, Mansory has also given the Cullinan's 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 a healthy boost. Output has gone from 563 horsepower and 627 pound-feet to 601 hp and 700 lb-ft, making the Coastline more potent than a Cullinan Black Badge. With these upgrades, Mansory says the Coastline can hit 62 mph in five seconds on its way to a 174 mph top speed.
But every change on the exterior and under the hood pales in comparison to the interior, which is finished an eye-searing shade of turquoise leather. Even the Mansory-branded car seat in the back is finished in turquoise leather, creating a cabin that is sure to keep you and your children awake. Mansory doesn't specify how much the Coastline package costs but a Rolls-Royce Cullinan starts at $325,000, so it can't be cheap.