The German tuner Delta4x4 turned the Rolls-Royce Cullinan into a very beautiful overlanding rig.
Who would want such a car? According to Engine 1, The modified luxury SUV was launched by a customer living in the Arabian Peninsula. If you haven’t heard of Delta4x4, the company has some interesting projects, including an off-road Porsche 911 and a Suzuki Gymnasium with portal Excel.
Cullinan received general off-road equipment, including a brush bar with spotlights, a skid plate, a snorkel and a roof rack with a roof tent. This seems like a downgrade from the plush interior just below, but is mandatory for overlanding vehicles.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan Overlander by Delta4x4
The Delta4x4 features a wider fender with 20-inch wheels (actually smaller than the 22-inch wheels available in stock Cullinan) with 33-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tires. The company also offers a 3.15-inch lift kit that, combined with longer tires, raises the Cullinan 5.9 inches higher than the stock.
No apparent powertrain changed. Behind the traditional Rolls-Royce Pantheon grille is a 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 that produces 563 hp and 627 pound-feet of torque, combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. The Automaker cites a controlled 155-mph top speed for the stock version, but the overlanding gear of the revised version may make that performance a bit dull.
The full conversion has a listed price of 150,000 euros (বর্তমান 163,222 at current exchange rates). It does not include the price of a Cullinan donor car, and they start at about $ 300,000 from the factory. The lift kit itself is priced at $ 16,280, while the wide fenders have a তালিকা 15,195 list price.