Novitec is among the more...restrained German tuners. Sure, it has its moments, but many of its creations are comparatively tasteful. The same cannot be said for Spofec. The bit of Novitec that specializes in Rolls-Royces has just revealed its modified Cullinan SUV, which it has equipped with something called an ‘OVERDOSE’ widebody kit. Right then.
Now some 12cm wider than the already very wide standard car, Spofec’s Cullinan also has colossal 24-inch alloys designed in collaboration with Vossen. A special control module tricks the air suspension into settling 40mm lower than standard, while a plug-and-play ECU tweak (that ups boost pressure and changes injection/ignition mapping) means the 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 now makes 675hp and 1,009Nm.
That’s 83hp and 110Nm more than a Cullinan Black Badge. Nil to 100kph takes 4.9sec, but the top speed remains limited to 250kph for safety. Also, Rolls-Royce goes to great lengths to make its V12 as quiet and unobtrusive as possible, but if you want to undo all that hard work, Spofec also offers exhaust upgrades (downgrades?).
Are you a fan of Spofec’s creation? Or would you rather go even more overboard and give Mansory your hard-earned money?
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.