Rolls-Royce Cullinan is considering one of the world’s most pricey SUVs. It offers a lot of personalization options but there are tuners here to make the SUV even more special. In fact, the latest proposal comes from the US-based 1016 Industries. That company has announced a 3D-printed carbon body kit for the Cullinan. The extravagant prices for a complete vehicle start from $500,000.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan – Appealing Exterior Features
The visually distinguished, “Limited Edition Custom Cullinan” has forged carbon-fiber panels. They were designed to “seamlessly integrate into the existing bodywork.” Also, they include a new front bumper with large intakes and extra LEDs. In addition, there are wide front and rear fenders, plus sporty side sill extensions and a double rear spoiler. Also, a new rear bumper with a diffuser and add-on around the dual exhaust pipes.
Available in different finishes, the bodywork includes non-exposed carbon. Plus partially exposed carbon fiber. Also partially forged carbon fiber. Also, the look is really enhanced by a set of aftermarket wheels. They are finishing in black, of course. 1016 Industries does add new parts which help reduce weight but again did not specify to what extent.
Also, there are no changes under the bonnet. That does mean that the stock 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 which produces either 563 hp (420 kW / 571 PS) of the regular Cullinan. It is up to 592 hp (441 kW/600 PS) in the Black Badge specification that comes right from the factory.
Modified Cullinan Renderings
At this point, the modified Cullinan did appear in a set of renderings but 1016 Industries does say they are, in fact, ready to deliver the first vehicles in a few weeks. Also, the half-a-million starting price could be further increased, according to the owner’s taste. Also, the tuner describes it as a “limited-edition series” that is without telling us the number of vehicles they are going to produce. Moreover, the Cullinan, 1016 Industries is offering custom body kits for several supercars that include the Ferrari F8 Tributo, the McLaren 7205 and the Lamborghini Huracan.