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Off-Roading In Your Rolls-Royce Cullinan? You Need This Lift Kit

Delta4x4’s off-road upgrades cost around £126,000 and turn the Rolls-Royce Cullinan into an overland expedition vehicle

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Off-Roading In Your Rolls-Royce Cullinan? You Need This Lift Kit - News

Delta4x4 has launched a series of upgrades for the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, turning it into the most luxurious overlanding SUV in existence. With prices starting at £264,000 ($478,000), you wouldn’t think anyone would dare take the Cullinan off-road, but Delta4x4’s €150,000 (around £126,000 or $163,000) lift kit makes it possible.

The standard Cullinan has long overhangs and a ground clearance of only 172mm, but the Delta4x4 kit raises this to around 322mm, with help from a new suspension setup and Mickey Thompson Baja Boss X off-roading tyres. This new rubber is designed to give maximum grip on sand, mud or snow, so the Cullinan should be ready for every eventuality.

Off-Roading In Your Rolls-Royce Cullinan? You Need This Lift Kit - News

Choosing to apply the Delta4x4 add-ons to the Cullinan is a bit like dressing your butler up as Rambo. You get wide arches to accommodate those massive wheels, a no-nonsense bull bar at the front and PIAA front fog lights to illuminate pitch black forests, deserts or even a snowstorm at night.

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The Delta4x4 kit also includes a roof rack costing €8000 (£6700 or $8700) that can accommodate equipment such as sand sheets, shovels, water canisters or a pop-up tent - presumably for the chauffeur to bed down while owners recline in the Cullinan’s opulent interior.

Off-Roading In Your Rolls-Royce Cullinan? You Need This Lift Kit - News

The kit can also be specced with a snorkel system in case you want to take your quarter-of-a-million-pound SUV into deeper water. Then there’s the option of extra heavy duty under-body protection to shield car’s not inexpensive running gear from rock damage.

Would a Rolls-Royce Cullinan be your first, or even second, choice for a long overlanding expedition? Let us know in the comments.