Rolls-Royce Cullinan Tuned By Spofec, What A V12 Can Do

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Rolls-Royce is already a luxury brand. Just imagine this name with the added label of “Black Badge”. That’s the trim which comes on the Cullinan. If you have a good imagination you can already understand what you are dealing with. The badge brings the power.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan By Spofec

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is recently trimmed by the Spofec. As said before the Black Badge is on the Cullinan and by adding some Spofec, this vehicle is turned to an armored car. its not just bout more power but also about aggressive look.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan By Spofec

Starting to the company Black Badged Cullinan with its 600 horsepower. This is already a big dude. The 900 Nm. And now the Spofec has once again upgraded this V12. By having new ignition programming, new injection mapping, and higher maximum boost pressure, this engine has the overall output of 707 hp and also 1,060 Nm. And never judge the acceleration of it with its huge look! It hits 100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan By Spofec

The other change on this big Vehicle (don’t know what should I call it!), is new bodywork. Cullinan is 10 centimeters wider at the front and 12 centimeters at the rear. The fender flares are with extra girth, which has also new rocker panels and a new front bumper and functional front spoiler, which flows with the wider fenders. In the back, we see a rear spoiler lip and a diffuser. What more this tuner done to this car is massive 24-inch forged wheels Spofec developed with Vossen. The wheels go on the 40-millimeter shorter ride height which helps to fill in the Cullinan’s wheel wells.

What is more interesting is under the vehicle. The new exhaust system should not be underestimated. The new exhaust system by Spofec includes a branded stainless-steel system with an optional version featuring actively controlled exhaust flaps.

After all, the top speed of this SUV is 250 km/h. but just look at it. Its just look goes to the mars just in some hours.

What do you think?