Polish tuning studio Carlex Design, which specializes in updating the interior of cars, has presented its latest project based on the British Rolls-Royce crossover. The Cullinan model in the Yachting Edition is distinguished not only by the company’s traditional interior change, but also by large-scale improvements in general, which also affected the exterior of the car. All the changes made by the studio specialists are designed to bring the car closer to the status of a land yacht.
The body is made in a combination of silver and black colors. The grille, hood, roof and entire body above the waistline are finished in high-gloss black, while everything else is finished in silver.
The exterior is complemented by 22-inch wheels and black brake calipers with silver Yachting Edition lettering. The salon is trimmed to match the body – dominated by silver leather, which is complemented by red leather and brown Alcantara, and the floor, as befits a yacht, is made of wood panels.
The company does not name the cost of such improvements, but the upgrade is clearly not cheap. No technical upgrades have been announced by Carlex Design – Rolls-Royce Cullinan retained the 571-horsepower 6.75-liter V12 in the “base” version and 600-horsepower in the Black Badge variant. The motor is combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.