The art of restraint was not applied here.
In a shortlist of vehicles that don't require any upgrades, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan has got to be up there. Possibly the grandest SUV on earth, the standard Cullinan has a 6.75-liter V12 with 563 horsepower and a cabin that can put some five-star hotel rooms to shame. But Mansory, the modifiers for which too much is never enough, have somehow found a way to make the Cullinan even more over the top. Again.
The Mansory Cullinan just released is described as a "complete vehicle conversion" and sports an exterior coated in British Racing Green. Gigantic 24-inch wheels, a lowered suspension, and a blacked-out version of the Rolls-Royce grille turn this into one of the most expensive pimpmobiles we've ever seen. Additional horizontal LED lighting strips have been added to the lower front section.
From the side, flared wheel arches have been fitted and at the back, a large spoiler juts out from the roof. The massive quad exhaust outlets look as though they'll send unaware children fleeing in the other direction once the engine starts up. Speaking of the engine, Mansory hasn't left that untouched, either. Power and torque have increased to 602 hp and 701 lb-ft, respectively, allowing this monstrous Cullinan to hit 62 mph in five seconds dead.
Inside, it appears that an entire herd of cows was involved in the development of the Mansory Cullinan's cabin. Usually, we'd start at the front, but just take a look at that trunk… every inch of it is covered in gorgeously quilted leather. We can't think of any item deserving enough of being stored in there. The tan leather extends to almost every part of the cabin, including the door panels, dashboard, and even the floor. Shiny carbon fiber trim has also been generously applied to the door panels and steering wheel. It's definitely less offensive than the Mansory Coastline that shocked us last month with its blue interior.
One Instagram user's comment on Mansory's latest creation pretty much sums it all up perfectly: "Looks kinda overdone but cool." Because, while it is an entirely senseless and ostentatious way of getting from point A to point B, we can't help but like it. The price is nowhere to be found, but considering that the regular Cullinan goes for $325,000, it wouldn't be a shock to see this one approaching $400,000. But if you want to get noticed at any cost, Mansory's Rolls-Royce Cullinan will be happy to oblige.