Another complete vehicle conversion from MANSORY based on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan

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Complete vehicle conversion
Matt two-tone special paint in "oceanblue & secret silver”
All aerodynamic body parts in "forged carbon”
Full leather interior in the colour "turquoise”
Power increase to 610 PS and 950 Nm
Limited to 8 conversions worldwide

Car tuner Kourosh Mansory presents a breath-taking conversion of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan called "MANSORY Coastline".

Once again, the specialist for individualised luxury cars combines the finest materials of vehicle construction with superior engine performance, self-confident looks and opulent refinements in the noble interior, thus interpreting the royal and magnificent style of the Rolls-Royce brand philosophy in a stylish and unique way.

In order to meet the high standards of visual appearance and aerodynamics the MANSORY designers subtly reshaped the front of the Rolls-Royce-SUV. Larger air intakes in the freshly designed front apron combined with a new carbon fibre lightweight bonnet now give the distinguished Briton a much more dynamic face. But the flanks and the rear have also been redesigned. In addition, the side skirts have been redesigned so that on the one hand they calm the airflow on the flanks and on the other hand they make the "MANSORY Coastline" appear both lower and more elongated. To reduce lift forces at the rear axle, the MANSORY designers mounted an elegant spoiler lip on the original tailgate and adapted it visually to the likewise redesigned rear apron.

The selective use of "forged carbon" components on the entire vehicle body all around further underlines the modern and superior look of the stately Cullinan.

In combination with the elegant two-tone paintwork in matt "oceanblue" and contrasting "secret silver" above the window line, all conversion measures on the "MANSORY Coastline" exterior add up to a harmonious whole that is unparalleled.

To match the powerful yet luxurious appearance of the Rolls-Royce, MANSORY uses "FS23" multispoke wheels in 24-inch size. Optionally rims of the design type "V.6" can also be fitted. Thanks to special aluminium alloys this particularly light forged wheel is not only approved for higher speeds but also for high loads. MANSORY recommends high-performance tyres in the dimension 295/30R24 on both, the front and rear axles.

With a powerful increase in performance, the automobile couturier also intervenes in the heart of the vehicle. The scope of this engine upgrade includes a new engine management system and a sports exhaust. This results in new, very impressive performance data for the Cullinan's V12-cylinder engine of 610 hp (standard: 571 hp) as well as an increased torque of 950 Nm (standard: 850 Nm). This shortens the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h to only 5 seconds. The top speed of the "MANSORY Coastline" has been increased to 280 km/h.

Only the finest materials are used in the completely new leather-covered interior: high-gloss polished lacquer surfaces in the cockpit shine in an elegant way and complement the full leather interior, which is stitched in wavy lines and completely in the colour "turquoise". Precisely worked embroidery of the MANSORY lettering in the seats and floor mats set additional accents.

As with all MANSORY complete conversions, all components on and in the vehicle are thus stylishly combined to form a perfect symbiosis of luxurious flair and maximum lifestyle demands of its discerning clientele from all over the world.

Further information about this vehicle and all MANSORY refinement programs can be found on the website:

CO2 emissions (combined);            355 g/km
Fuel consumption (combined):       16,5 l/100km
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