The German tuner Delta4x4 has given this Rolls-Royce Cullinan a sumptuous, off-road aesthetic with its custom upgrades. A client from the Arabian Peninsula requested this. This Cullinan has a brush bar with six spotlights attached to it.
A well-integrated snorkel may be added to the front fenders, with the intake located above the top. Recovery boards, a shovel, and fuel cans are all carried on a roof rack, which also features four additional auxiliary lightings.
A variety of skid plates are also available to safeguard important mechanical parts. For €15,000, Delta4X4 can install a 3.15-inch suspension raise. This Cullinan is equipped with 20-inch wheels wrapped in 33-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tires. The set costs €15,000. It cost €14,000 to have the fenders enlarged to suit the new tires. A total of 5.9 inches have been added to the SUV's height.
According to Delta4X4, a Rolls-Royce Cullinan transformation costs roughly €150,000 ($163,222). That's on top of owning the Rolls-Royce donor car.