Mansory Unveils Opulent Rolls-Royce Cullinan

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Mansory has recently unveiled its most extravagant Rolls-Royce Cullinan modification yet, named the Lineo D’Oro, designed specifically for the tuner's official showroom in Dubai. The moniker pays homage to Mansory's previous bespoke creation, the Lineo D’Oro Bugatti Veyron, which made its debut in 2010. This one-off Veyron, featuring exposed carbon fiber bodywork complemented by chrome accents, remains a distinctive icon even 14 years after its launch. The Lineo D’Oro Cullinan follows a similar approach, resulting in equally striking outcomes.

Mansory Rolls-Royce Cullinan

The SUV's exterior has been lavishly adorned with Mansory's latest Cullinan bodywork enhancements, encompassing revised front and rear bumpers, an elongated front splitter, side skirts, flared wheel arches, a rear spoiler, and a unique diffuser. While most of these components are coated in glossy black paint, select areas, such as the hood, trim on the D-pillars, the rear spoiler, and the diffuser, showcase forged carbon fiber with genuine gold inlays—a luxurious touch that, while perhaps extravagant, undoubtedly exudes opulence, particularly in person. Additionally, gold accents adorn the front grille, side window surrounds, door handles, and door trims, complemented by imposing 24-inch forged wheels finished in gold.

The interior of the Lineo D’Oro boasts a wealth of enhancements as well. The seats have been meticulously reupholstered in sumptuous black leather with subtle gold detailing on the piping and stitching. The cabin is further adorned with bright gold accents and forged carbon fiber elements, seamlessly mirroring the extravagant exterior aesthetic.

Mansory Rolls-Royce

Modifications extend to the engine as well. While the stock twin-turbocharged 6.75-liter V12 engine delivers 571 hp and 850 Nm of torque, Mansory has amplified these figures to 610 hp and 950 Nm respectively. Consequently, the SUV can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 5 seconds and attain a top speed of 280 km/h.

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