Renowned DJ Tiesto, praised as one of the greatest in the industry, has recently added a distinctive touch to his car collection with the acquisition of a customized Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
This Mansory-modified Rolls-Royce Cullinan undoubtedly stands out compared to a standard Cullinan. The front end commands attention with a blacked-out grille, a redesigned bumper, an enhanced splitter, and new LED daytime running lights.
The Rolls has been endowed with a forged carbon fiber hood and now rests on glossy black aftermarket wheels. Notably, it sits noticeably lower than the typical Cullinan, featuring extended front and rear wheel arches and new carbon fiber skirts. The glossy black exterior receives a vibrant touch with a contrasting bright orange coachline.
Completing the exterior transformation are a sizable rooftop spoiler and a forged carbon lip on the tailgate. Tiesto's new ride also boasts an attention-grabbing forged carbon diffuser and a set of new quad exhausts. Regrettably, Mansory has yet to release comprehensive interior photos. The glimpses provided reveal bespoke forged carbon fiber scuff plates personalized with Tiesto's name.
Furthermore, the seats, door panels, transmission tunnel, and a significant portion of the dashboard showcase a striking bright orange leather trim. While it remains uncertain whether Tiesto opted for a power boost from Mansory, the tuner does offer an upgrade package for the Cullinan. This package delivers an additional 39 hp and 74 lb-ft compared to the standard 563 hp and 627 lb-ft.