Keyvany from Hessen transforms the Rolls-Royce Cullinan into the Hayula, which demands a lot of self-confidence from its owner.
If you want to move your Cullinan with understatement, you've come to the wrong place at the refiner Keyvany from Viernheim in Hesse. When a customer drives a car from the yard here, he wants one thing above all: to attract attention. The latest addition to the league of extroverted luxury cars is the Hayula, which was a Rolls-Royce Cullinan in a previous life.
Emily bathes in carbon
For a completely new look, Keyvany has exchanged numerous add-on parts of the standard body for in-house developments made of visible carbon. The new front apron integrates LED lights on the flanks and has a spoiler lip on the lowered edge, which merges into small flaps on the flanks. Widened wheel arches on both axles, which keep in contact with new side skirts and door planks, ensure a clean transition. At the rear, a new diffuser apron and a roof spoiler together with a rear lip round off the wide-body appearance. The carbon field for the Emily radiator mascot is prepared by a correspondingly designed hood together with a new front mask. In the course of the conversion, Kevany logos and lettering then replace the original Rolls-Royce emblems.,
Because the standard wheels look lost in the enlarged wheel arches, Kevany also adds something here. There is a choice of different forged wheels in 20-spoke design, which are 10x24 inches in front and 12x24 inches in the rear under the wheel arches. 295/30 tires at the front and 355/35 rollers at the rear maintain contact with the road.
740 hp for the V12, color for the cockpit
But the Hayula doesn't just look thick, it's also powerful under the hood. A newly programmed engine control, in combination with a new flap-controlled double-pipe sports exhaust system made of stainless steel, ensures that the 6.7-liter V12 biturbo engine increases to 740 hp and 1,120 Nm of torque. Depending on the version, the production model only has 571 or 600 hp and 850 or 900 Nm of torque. A 200-cell sports catalytic converter takes care of the exhaust gases, the timbre and the volume can be influenced by the Hayula tamer via remote control. The bandwidth ranges from "subtle chamber music" to "sounding heavy metal", as Kevany emphasizes. The interior can be completely redesigned, from aluminum pedal pads to the dashboard with the finest carbon applications and the carpet up to the blinking starry sky. Of course, leather and Alcantara are also processed in every imaginable color and color combination. Here only the self-confidence of the customer determines the limit. Our photo model shows how something like this can look like.
You have to like a Rolls-Royce Cullinan in carbon wide body format with a brightly colored interior. However, one thing is clear: Whoever pulls up in a Keyvany Hayula will draw everyone's attention. And if you want to leave quickly, you'll be happy about 740 hp.