Spofec Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge Overdose
How do you make the world's most exclusive ex-factory SUV even more exciting and individual while giving it an extra helping of dynamics? You entrust the Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan to the experts from SPOFEC, who specialize in refining the luxury cars of the British premium brand! SPOFEC gives the all-wheel-drive car even more exciting looks with the thrilling OVERDOSE widebody and the 24-inch hi-tech forged wheels developed in cooperation with US manufacturer Vossen. The suspension module lowers the ride height by around 40 millimeters. SPOFEC gives the twelve-cylinder engine with two turbochargers a dynamic upgrade as well: with the output increased to 520 kW / 707 hp, the tuned SUV accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds. The SPOFEC sports exhaust systems deliver a powerful exhaust note. Optionally they come with actively controlled exhaust flaps, which open at the touch of a button. The SPOFEC OVERDOSE widebody, whose individual components are produced in OEM quality from Pur-R-Rim, creates space for massive 24-inch forged wheels. The OVERDOSE fender flares add ten centimeters to the width of the Cullinan at the front and twelve centimeters at the rear. This results in an impressive overall width of 2.12 meters. SPOFEC also sculpted special matching rocker panels, which perfectly tie the sweeping fender flares at both axles together.
The wheels tailor-made for the wider track were developed in cooperation with Vossen. The American company uses state-of-the-art forging and machining technology to produce high-end rims of the highest quality. The Black Badge pictured here sports ten-inch wide SPOFEC SP2 wheels painted black, which were designed and produced specifically for the OVERDOSE bodywork transformation. Their nine pairs of twin-spokes make these forged wheels particularly robust. To achieve a particularly refined look, the wheel bolts disappear behind a center cover. SPOFEC chose high-performance street tires of size 295/30 R 24 front and back as the optimal solution. The SPOFEC front fascia was designed to replace the production bumper in its entirety and perfectly blend with the front fender flares. Its striking design gives the Cullinan an even more distinctive front, while the front spoiler reduces front-axle lift at high speeds to boot. The rear end gets a decidedly sporty profile as the result of the installation of a spoiler lip, which spans the liftgate above the brand logo. In addition, the racing-look SPOFEC diffuser visually enhances the production bumper. Precise-fit detachable parts create harmonious transitions from the fascia to the rear flares. The special control module for the air suspension further adds to the dynamic SPOFEC styling. The ride-height lowering by around 40 millimeters benefits the appearance of the SUV and gives it sportier handling thanks to the lower center of gravity. SPOFEC gives the Black Badge Cullinan a more lively spirit as well through professional engine tuning. To this end, they adapt a plug-and-play N-TRONIC auxiliary control unit to the electronic engine management system of the 6.7-liter twin-turbo V12. It introduces new mapping for injection and ignition programmed in extensive series of tests. At the same time, it also increases the maximum boost pressure moderately. The result is a powerful increase in output by 78 kW / 107 hp. 520 kW / 707 hp at a low 5,400 rpm and the increase in peak torque to 1,060 Nm at a low 1,800 rpm make the refined SUV even more dynamic. Despite a curb weight of over 2.7 metric tons plus crew, the Black Badge Cullinan tuned by SPOFEC shoots from rest to 100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds. Due to the high weight, the top speed remains electronically limited to 250 km/h as in the production car. Anyone looking for a more exciting exhaust note to go with the sporty performance can opt for a stainless SPOFEC sports exhaust system. A version with actively controlled exhaust flaps control is optionally available. Its electronic sound management system offers an out-and-out Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde feeling, making the engine sound either decidedly discreet or as sporty and powerful as a sports car.