Mansory built a very special Rolls-Royce Cullinan for DJ Tiesto, who is among the greatest DJs of all time. The DJ's Cullinan's cabin has received a bright orange leather makeover from the German tuner.
The luxury SUV from Rolls-Royce has been altered by the tuner for a number of years, and although Tiesto's version isn't the most outrageous one we've seen, it still makes a lot more of a statement than a standard Cullinan.
A blacked-out grille, a new bumper, a more prominent splitter, and new LED daytime running lights make the front end especially eye-catching.
Subsequently, the Rolls-Royce has been fitted with an aftermarket set of gloss black wheels and a forged carbon fiber hood. Its significantly lower profile compared to a standard Cullinan, along with the added length of the front and rear wheel arches and the installation of new carbon fiber skirts, are other noticeable changes.
In addition, Tiesto's new whip features new quad exhausts and an eye-catching forged carbon diffuser. The bright orange coachline of the SUV creates a striking contrast with its gloss black paint. A sizable rooftop spoiler and a forged carbon lip on the tailgate complete the external changes.
Whether or not Tiesto asked Mansory to increase power is unknown, but the tuner does offer a Cullinan upgrade package that adds 39 hp and 100 Nm to the standard 563 hp and 850 Nm.
Unfortunately, Mansory has not released any photos of the interior in its entirety. The photos show the Cullinan has bespoke forged carbon fiber scuff plates with Tiesto's name on them, as well as bright orange leather trimmed seats, door panels, transmission tunnel, and much of the dashboard.