Though Rolls-Royce provides nearly limitless personalization potentialities, aftermarket specialists nonetheless make investments the effort and time to customise merchandise from Goodwood. Why? As a result of no matter a automobile’s specification, the proprietor will become bored with it ultimately. One other believable state of affairs is when the automotive is altering arms as the brand new purchaser would possibly desire a totally different look in and out.
That is the place firms comparable to Carlex Design come into play by modifying an already lavish automobile. The Polish specialists have developed a Yachting Version of the Cullinan after giving the Mercedes G-Class and Land Rover Defender an identical look with a nautical theme. All three luxurious SUVs undertake a two-tone physique the place the decrease half has a brushed metallic end utilized by hand.
The higher half of the stately SUV’s physique is completed in black for a contrasting impact. Carlex Design has swapped out the OEM wheels for its customized 22-inch set to match the brushed metallic look. They went so far as to tweak the imposing Pantheon Grille by giving it an all-black look to mix with the lengthy hood whereas slapping the corporate’s identify within the higher part.
As with each different venture from Carlex Design, the actual magic is contained in the cabin the place the Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been fully revamped. Nearly each single floor has been reupholstered in white or mild brown leather-based. There’s additionally an excessive amount of wooden trim all through the inside, a lot so the luxurious flooring mats have made means for varnished wooden.
The Cullinan’s cabin now seems to be straight out of a luxurious yacht, full with Alcantara for the headliner and pillars. Elsewhere, leather-based was used for the dashboard, middle console, armrest, and door playing cards. We’re notably keen on the two-tone steering wheel with its wooden inserts to associate with the remainder of the flamboyant inside.
Carlex Design hasn’t modified the Cullinan’s engine, so beneath that large hood is similar 6.75-liter V12 engine with a pair of turbochargers making 563 horsepower and 627 pound-feet (850 Newton-meters) of torque.
Supply: Carlex Design