Turning an elegant SUV into an off-road vehicle takes place. Indeed, this idea comes from a Rolls-Royce client from the Middle East. The purpose of this creation was to be able to cross the desert with this Rolls-Royce Cullinan and to be able to sleep in it while enjoying great comfort. It is the manufacturer of Delta4x4, a ground motor specialist, who is responsible for creating this “little” caprice “which is available for € 150,000. The modifications made to the car are numerous and all aim to provide the highest efficiency, from the approved route, to the luxury SUV.
First and foremost, this Rolls-Royce Cullinan has a bullpen, on which PIAA’s 6 headlights are fitted, to protect its 571 hp V12 from possible forward shocks, which give it a spectacular view. The engine is also protected against flooding. Indeed, the road suspension device is fitted to the Cullinan SUV at a price of € 15,000, which raises the minimum vehicle clearance by 80 mm.
In addition, extended fenders, again priced at € 15,000, allow snorkel installation on the right side of the car. In the wheel of this unique machine, it is therefore possible to cross areas where the water level is high in complete peace of mind.
As for the rear bumper, it hides and protects 4 exhaust parts. Then, it is the roof that has undergone major renovations since the Delta 4 × 4 design included a roof tent and ramp for 4 additional lights, this is something to delight the customer who wanted to be able to bivouac in complete tranquility in the desert. .
To further improve the performance of this car off the road, it is fitted with 33-inch Mickey Thompson tires and 20-inch rims, and what do you think? Still for € 15,000. It is thanks to this, not to mention the suspension kit, that this model is 15 cm taller than the original luxury SUV.
The total value of this Rolls Royce Cullinan, after conversion, is estimated at € 494,000. A great gift that this wealthy client from the Middle East offered himself, but which allows him to benefit from a completely unique, very practical and beautiful style.
Finally, note that the off-road vehicle conversion specialist handled the Dacia Duster in 2019. It is a rediscovering or discovery by clicking on the image above.
Article: Marius Porlier