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SPOFEC Give Rolls Royce Cullinan Some Upgrades And Body Kits

Another tuner take on the Rolls Royce SUV and get it modified. SPOFEC takes the Cullinan to another level by adding more power to the posh crossover.

The body kit is called Overdose, which is pretty appropriate. There’s a new front bumper that gives the Cullinan a more distinctive face, while also reducing front-axle lift at high speeds.

The front gets a completely new bumper to give the Cullinan a more distinctive face and to reduce front-axle lift at high speeds. At the rear, the SUV now measures 2,12 meters wide (12cm over standard) thanks to the substantially flared wheel arches. These gaping spaces are filled with massive 24″SPOFEC SP2 wheels manufactured by Vossen.

Spofec’s tuning kit comprises a plug-and-play module for the ECU that boosts the V12 engine’s output to 676 horsepower (504 kilowatts) and 745 pound-feet (1,010 Newton-meters) of torque, rather than the stock 563 hp (420 kW) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm).

The tuner quotes the upgraded crossover’s acceleration to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) at 4.9 seconds. The top speed remains electronically limited to 155 mph (250 kph).

Other mods include a stainless sport exhaust system, sculpted rocker panels, custom diffuser and a subtle spoiler. As for the interior, customers can choose between a wide variety of colors and a broad range of leather types.

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