DMC is giving the Rolls-Royce Cullinan a boost with a wide body kit made from carbon fiber laminate and more power.
The Cullinan from the Rolls-Royce stable is a stately nature with a quite noticeable presence. But if that's not enough for you, you can buy even more conspicuousness from various tuners. Tuner DMC from Ratingen is now delivering a new offer in this direction.,
Widebody in carbon
With a widebody kit made of carbon fiber laminate in a visible construction, the Brit is adding around four centimeters to each side of the vehicle. For this purpose, the wheel arches are widened with carbon attachments. 24-inch alloy wheels from the Canadian specialist PUR Wheels, which put the Cullinan on 295/30 tires, fit underneath. New side skirt panels complete the new line. The exterior mirrors are wrapped in new carbon covers.
The tuner also uses carbon over the twelve-cylinder engine. The new hood provides a spectacular look, reduces the weight and replaces the standard hood. The radiator grille frame can also be replaced with a counterpart made of carbon. Further carbon elements can be found at the rear in the form of a large roof edge spoiler and a small spoiler lip on the boot lid.,
The upgrade for the 6.7-liter V12 engine does not require any carbon at all. Here, a newly programmed engine control in conjunction with a sports exhaust system ensures that the twelve-wheeler increases its torque from 571 to 615 hp and from 850 to 955 Nm. This reduces the Brit's sprint time to 4.9 seconds. The Vmax limit, on the other hand, is raised to over 280 km/h.
The interior of the Cullinan can also be extensively customized. DMC refers here to the services of its saddlery, which can fulfill almost any color request.,
Lots of visible carbon, new wheels and an increase in performance to 615 hp make the Rolls-Royce Cullinan the DMC Emperor. The understatement, however, falls completely by the wayside.