You know you’re rich when a modified Rolls-Royce Cullinan is your overlanding rig. This beast comes from German tuner Delta4x4, and its modifications make it look ready to take people on a luxury off-road adventure. These are commissions from customers living in the Arabian Peninsula.
This Cullinan sports a beefy brush bar with a total of six spotlights attached to it. The modified front fenders allow for a well-integrated snorkel that places the entry point just above the roof.
The roof rack has four additional lights and carries useful tools such as a recovery board, shovel, and fuel can. There’s also a tent there, so you can enjoy a good night’s sleep in Your Cullinan.
While not easily visible in photos, there is an array of slip plates to protect vital mechanical components.
The Delta4X4 can fit a 3.15-inch (80-millimeter) suspension lift for €15,000. This Cullinan rides on 20-inch wheels and 33-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tires wrapped around it. The tuner charges €15,000 for a set. Fenders that expand to fit the new rubber cost €14,000. With all of these pieces together, the SUV sits about 5.9 inches (150 millimeters) taller than the stock.
Delta4X4 says a complete conversion for the Cullinan costs around €150,000 ($163,222 at current exchange rates). That’s in addition to owning a Rolls-Royce donor vehicle, which will cost you over $300,000 to start with if you buy a new one.
Delta4X4 specializes in modifying vehicles to make them more capable in off-road terrain. Examples of the company’s work include converting a Suzuki Jimny to provide upgrades such as portal axles and locking differentials. There’s also a more robust Porsche 911 for buyers looking to take the car from Germany to Dakar. The revamped Volkswagen Amarok pickup received an increased ride height of 9.843 inches (250 millimeters).
Cullinan has greatly helped Rolls-Royce’s annual sales volume. The company sees a record 5,586 shipments in 2021. It cites the crossover’s strong success and the Ghost as key drivers of growth.