One would think that driving a Rolls Royce is enough of a statement. However, there are still companies that will customise your Roller to make it stand out from the crowd even more. One such outfit is German-based Spofec. They have cast their unique treatment on all the current models from Crewe and now they have created the Spofec Rolls Royce Cullinan.

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Wide and low

The customisation of the Spofec Rolls Royce Cullinan starts with the fitment of the company’s own Overdose widebody kit. This kit includes a new front bumper that reduces front-axle lift at high speeds. Flaring of the front and rear ends adds 10 and 12 centimetres to the standard Cullinan’s width. It now measures a whopping 2,1 metres at the rear. A subtle rear spoiler and a diffuser are new additions to the rear of the vehicle. Helping to fill the new wider wheel arches are 24×10-inch wide Spofec SP2 alloys shod with high-performance tyres measuring 295/30. Spofec lowers the Cullinan by 40 mm to give it a more aggressive stance.

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More power

Spofec Rolls Royce Cullinan isn’t just about the looks. The company has also liberated a few more horses from the twin-turbocharged twelve-cylinder engine. Power has been increased by 84 kW to a peak of 504 kW along with maximum torque of 1 010 N.m. These outputs enable the 2,7-ton SUV to sprint from zero to 100 km/h in just 4,9 seconds. Top speed remains electronically limited to 250 km/h. Drive is still delivered to the road through an eight-speed automatic transmission then onwards to all four wheels.

Upgrading 6,7-liter V12 was done using an electronic plug-and-play control module to the ECU. The new ECU recalibrated the mapping for injection and ignition as well as raising boost pressure. Spofec has also fitted the V12 with a sportier-sounding exhaust system.