NOVITEC Coaxes 707HP & All-Black Styling Out Of Rolls-Royce’s Cullinan SUV

Mar 2, 2021

Category: Rides

If your idea of a Rolls-Royce is a stuffy chauffeur-driven saloon whose main use is going on Grey Poupon runs, then you haven’t met the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge. The blacked-out high-performance SUV is arguably the most extreme vehicle made by the British marque, but that didn’t stop the tuners at SPOFEC (a NOVITEC brand) from dialing the SUV up to 11 with their latest build.

The SPOFEC Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge boasts a number of upgrades over the admittedly already-upgraded Black Badge Cullinan, addressing everything from its looks to its performance. Starting with the former, SPOFEC has given the SUV its Overdose Wide Body treatment, with a custom front bumper, rear diffuser, rocker panels, and fender flares adding an aggressive wider stance. There are also custom 24-inch forged wheels and a modified suspension that lowers the ride by 40mm. Even the Cullinan’s twin-turbo V12 engine has received a significant boost, with the addition of an N-TRONIC plug & play system and power-optimized exhaust delivering an extra power and performance — upping the total output to 707HP and decreasing the 0-60mph dash to a scant 4.6 seconds. How’s that sound for your next Grey Poupon run?

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