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Mansory has managed to make the Rolls-Royce Cullinan look even more expensive

That interior, though
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The boys at Mansory have been keeping busy, it seems. The German luxury car modifier has taken to social media to share its latest full-vehicle conversion based on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

Rolls-Royce’s beefy full-size SUV is, in itself, one of the plushest vehicles on four wheels. It’s a crazy-expensive thing, too. Here in the Philippines, the Cullinan carries a whopping P53 million price tag—enough for a small business or, if you’re the less business-minded type, 53 units of the 2020 Suzuki Jimny.

By the magic of some very attractive British Racing Green paint and a tan-leather interior, Mansory’s managed to kick that vibe up a notch. There’s a touch of sport thrown in courtesy of a rear spoiler and lowered stance as well, though, if we’re being honest, the latter may defeat the purpose of choosing this over any other Rolls.

There’s more to this project than just added aesthetic, too. The standard SUV packs a twin-turbo V12 engine capable of 563hp and an earth-shaking 850Nm of torque. Mansory has tuned this to a ridiculous 602hp and 950Nm—good enough numbers to reach zero to 100kph in five seconds and a top speed of 280kph, Mansory claims.

No word on price just yet, but considering how much the regular Cullinan goes for, we think its safe to bet this one will cost an even prettier penny. Like it?

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