SPOFEC Boosts Rolls-Royce’s Cullinan To 685HP With The OVERDOSE Kit

Mar 18, 2020

Category: Rides

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan might look like an ultra-luxurious SUV from a distance, but it takes a trained eye to see the true potential beneath the vehicle’s angular bodywork. That trained eye does, in fact, exist in the capacity of SPOFEC — a Rolls-Royce-specific tuning division under the watchful eye of NOVITEC. And now, the outfit has devised the perfect widebody + performance tuning kit for the unique flagship.

The SPOFEC Rolls-Royce Cullinan OVERDOSE Widebody SUV is a high-profile revision of its predecessor. After lowering the platform by over 40 millimeters, the company took to the drawing board to accentuate the SUV’s sensual body lines, resulting in a complete front-end redesign, a 12-centimeter widening, and the implementation of OVERDOSE flares at each of its wheel wells. A new rear spoiler and subtle diffusor round out the Cullinan’s aesthetic upgrades, but its what’s under the hood that took us by surprise. Instead of the 570-or-so horses that the original 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 once claimed, SPOFEC has found a way to massage an extra 100+ horsepower out of the beast, resulting in an attractive 685-horsepower and 744 lb-ft of torque. Head to the company’s website to learn more — and if you’re looking to upgrade your own Cullinan, don’t hesitate to inquire.

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