DMC transforms Rolls-Royce Cullinan into something out of Grand Theft Auto

by | Last updated on Jul 20, 2022 at 4:11PM | Published on Jul 20, 2022 | Cars

Rolls Royce Cullinan by DMC, front three quarter

German tuning specialist DMC has drowned the Rolls-Royce Cullinan in carbon fiber, given it more power, and a wide body kit.

It now looks like the sort of car you could buy on Grand Theft Auto once you complete all the missions and have unlimited money.

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The DMC team started by fitting new wheel arches made of carbon fiber that make the vehicle 1.6 inches wider than the factory model.

After that, they added some side skirts designed for aerodynamic purposes, and then a larger spoiler lip and a new rear apron.

In true GTA style, they also fitted 24-inch alloy wheels with matt black finish made by PUR Wheels in Canada.

These cars sell like hot cakes, especially when they look as flashy and over-the-top as this one.

When it comes to the interior, most tuning companies simply tell you you can have it in any color and material combo you want, and then they just share pictures with a dull grey interior.

This company had different ideas and used high-gloss polished lacquer for the dashboard and the door panels, and Cherry Red leather for the upholstery.

But don’t let the crazy exterior-interior combo trick you into thinking this Cullinan is all show and no go because they also fiddled with the engine.

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They’ve added a new sports exhaust and tweaked the engine managament system to increase the power output.

This means the 7.65-liter twin-turbo V12 now delivers 606 hp and 704 lb-ft of torque.

For reference, the standard model makes 563 hp and 627 lb-ft respectively.

Thanks to the upgrade, it now takes 4.9 seconds to get to 60 mph from standstill, despite weighing more than two tons.

It also has a new top speed of 176 mph.

And the price for the DMC Rolls Royce?

The MSRP on the Cullinan is $350,000 and the DMC body kit alone (ie, without the engine mods) will set you back an additional $44,000.


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