Tuning studio Spofec showed its version of Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The crossover got a new aggressive body kit, and also increased the return of the power unit.
This project is called Overdose, which very accurately describes the final result. Spofec developed a new body kit for Rolls-Royce Cullinan, which included bumpers, side skirts, arch extensions, a diffuser, and a rear spoiler, and also developed a program to increase the power of the stock 6.75-liter V12.
On an ordinary Cullinan, the power unit develops 571 horsepower (850 Nm of torque), on the Black Badge version – 600 horsepower (900 Nm of torque), and on an “Overdosed” crossover even more – 685 horsepower (1010 Nm of torque).
To do this, Spofec specialists had to install a new powertrain control unit, increase boost pressure and rewrite ignition maps. Also, they changed the exhaust to a sports version, which was made from stainless steel.
At the same time, from 0 to 100 km / h, the Cullinan Overdose accelerates like a Cullinan Black Badge – in 4.9 seconds. The top speed has not changed and is still limited at around 250 km / h.
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