Based in Unterumbach, Bavaria, delta4x4 – also known simply as “THE OFFROAD COMPANY” – is a renowned off-road tuning company that has been improving and building off-road and land projects for over 40 years. And although the company already offers services for a wide range of vehicles, a recent request from a client in the Arabian Peninsula has led to what is almost certainly delta4x4’s most remarkable and ambitious project to date with a hardcore off-road kit for the Rolls-Royce. Cullinan.
The off-road package starts with a minimum 3.15-inch lift kit and a set of 20-inch Force off-road delta4x4 wheels shod in Mickey Thompson Baja Boss tires – a wheel and tire setup that alone costs more than $16,000. Custom flared wheel arches also open up space to accommodate the larger wheelset and off-road tires. When combined with its larger wheels, the luxury SUV’s ride height also increases by at least 6 inches. Off-road protection comes in the form of a full-length skid plate, shielded exhaust system and custom steel front bumper fitted with a pair of PIAA tri-light clusters.
The top of the Cullinan is lined with a bespoke diamond plate lined roof rack that houses a pair of jerry cans, a hard shell roof top tent, a snow shovel held in a custom rack and a trio of recovery boards. Four additional PIAA spotlights were fitted to the front of the roof rack, and a snorkel system was also fitted. The same heavy-duty construction used to craft the kit’s custom fender flares was also used to fortify the SUV’s hood.
The delta4x4 off-road kit for the Rolls-Royce Cullinan will be available in the coming months as a complete package, with a price tag set at €150,000 (~$163,250) – plus the MSRP cost of 330 $000 from donor Cullinan. Individual kit items can also be purchased a la carte.