Carlex Design Goes Yachting With Its New Rolls-Royce Cullinan
Just when we thought the Rolls-Royce Cullinan couldn’t be made any more luxurious, Carlex Design has unveiled its special ‘Yachting Edition’ variant of the SUV.
While Carlex is best known for their world-class interior modifications, the upgrades it has made to the Cullinan start with the exterior. Adorning the SUV is a two-tone black and silver paint scheme that combines hand-brushed silver panels across the lower half of the Rolls-Royce while the remaining parts are painted in gloss black.
The tuner has also equipped the Cullinan with custom 22-inch wheels and painted the brake calipers black and with a silver Yachting Edition script.
Interior modifications are significant. For starters, the SUV has been equipped with distinctive new seats bathed in off-white leather upholstery. This off-white upholstery also adorns parts of the door panels, steering wheel, dashboard surround, and rear seats.
Other areas of the cabin, including the dashboard, center console, armrest, and door panels are trimmed in a luscious new brown leather. Fitting of the ‘Yachting Edition’ name are wooden floors while brown Alcantara is also featured on the pillars and headliner.
The Polish company hasn’t stated how much its complete Yachting Edition upgrades cost but we can’t imagine they are cheap.
As a reminder, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is outfitted with a 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine pumping out 563 hp at 5,000 rpm and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque at 1,600 rpm. It is without a doubt the most luxurious SUV on the market and in the U.S., prices start at a cool $335,000. Add in the cost of Carlex Design’s upgrades and you likely have a British SUV worth well in excess of $400,000, the price of a pretty nice house or apartment in some cities across the U.S. Do you think it’s worth it?