If you’re going to go on an adventure, why not do it in style?
When your overlanding rig is a modified Rolls-Royce Cullinan, you know you’re wealthy. The upgrades on this beast are from German tuner Delta4x4, and it appears to be ready to take people on an extravagant off-road trip. It’s a commission from an Arabian Peninsula-based customer.
This Cullinan has a large brush bar on which six spotlights are mounted. The intake point is slightly above the roof, thanks to modified front fenders that allow for a well-integrated snorkel.
A roof rack adds four more auxiliary lights and allows you to transport vital items such as recovery boards, a spade, and fuel cans. There’s also a tent up there, so you can sleep on your Cullinan for the night.
There are a variety of skid plates for safeguarding the key mechanical components, which are not clearly seen in the images.
For €15,000, Delta4X4 can install a 3.15-inch (80-millimeter) suspension raise. This Cullinan is equipped with 20-inch wheels wrapped in 33-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tyres. The set costs €15,000 from the tuner. It cost €14,000 to have the fenders enlarged to fit the new rubber. With all of these modifications, the SUV is 5.9 inches (150 millimetres) taller than it was before.
According to Delta4X4, a Cullinan conversion costs roughly €150,000 ($163,222 at current exchange rates). That’s on top of having the Rolls-Royce donor vehicle, which will set you back over $300,000 if you buy one new.
Delta4X4 specialises in making automobiles more off-road capable. A Suzuki Jimny conversion, which included portal axles and locking differentials, is an example of the company’s work. A more tough Porsche 911 is also available for buyers who want to drive the car from Germany to Dakar. The ride height of a redesigned Volkswagen Amarok truck has been increased by 9.843 inches (250 millimetres).
The Cullinan has made a significant contribution to Rolls-annual Royce’s sales volume. In 2021, the company recorded a new high of 5,586 deliveries. The success of crossover and the Ghost were cited as the key drivers of growth.