Rolls-Royce Cullinan turned into an extreme SUV

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The German studio Delta4x4, which specializes in the construction of SUVs, received an order to convert Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Conversion of a luxury crossover into an “all-terrain vehicle” will cost the client from the Arabian Peninsula about 150 thousand euros. If you want, you can choose specific tuning elements, for example, to increase ground clearance for 15 thousand euros, or put a set of wheels with 33-inch tires Mickey Thompson for the same price.

Delta4x4 studio tuned Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Volkswagen Amarok, and even Renault Duster, but it seems the company has never had such an expensive project. It took several months to develop it, and now there is a client who is ready to transform Rolls-Royce Cullinan into an extreme off-road vehicle for nature trips. The conversion program is quite impressive: in addition to increasing ground clearance, the car will be equipped with a snorkel, a new exhaust system, and a luggage rack for a tent.

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Wheel arch extenders will cost 14 thousand euros. Another 15,000 will be asked for raising ground clearance by 80 mm (150 mm with wheels), and the same amount for a set of wheels with 33-inch tires Mickey Thompson. A front bar will cost another 3900 euros, and PIAA rally floodlights, which can work in a high beam mode, will cost 2500 euros.

Tuners estimated the reinforced luggage rack at 8,000 euros, but have not yet decided on the price of a snorkel and a new exhaust pipe. At the same time, they can give an approximate cost of the whole set – 150 thousand euros.

In 2020, Delta4x4 built an off-road Porsche Cayenne, on which the owner, Shane Ostuaizen, was going to travel between Austria and South Africa. Especially for this journey, the car received an elevated suspension kit, additional spotlights, and a spare wheel mount. It took about a year to work out the details of the project and the conversion itself.

Source: Delta4x4