The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the British marque’s first-ever SUV, oozing luxury and opulence with every turn it takes. However, it’s also colossal, which is why automotive renderer Abimelec Arellano thought the Cullinan would make an excellent monster arctic truck.
In his rendering, Arellano gives the Cullinan a front anti-collision bar fitted with lamps, seven large lamps on the roof bar, and shows off the SUVs new height thanks to what would be an upgraded suspension and large snow-tackling tires. Assuming something like this were to be made, the Rolls-Royce would also feature plenty of undercarriage enhancements to help protect the car’s structure and engine — which happens to be a 6.75-liter V12 producing 563 HP.
Arellano’s rendering also sees the Cullinan gain a full roof rack that supports more lights at the rear, as well as a new rear bumper that protects the twin exhaust pipes. Take a look at the Rolls-Royce Cullinan as imagined by Abimelec Arellano above, and see more of his work on his Instagram account.
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