Orange Country based automotive customisation shop Boden Autohaus has recently unveiled a heavily modified wide-body Rolls-Royce Cullinan that makes the stock version look ‘modest’ to say the least.
As most petrolheads know, the Cullinan is quickly replacing the legendary Mercedes-Benz G-Class when it comes to the most desirable SUV choice for LA socialites and we are starting to see more owners customise their Rolls-Royce’s to stand out from the crowd of their high net-worth friends. This example, however, is a true one of one and sports a look not often associated with these cars.
The luxury SUV sits on ‘Cactus Jack’ Forgiato wheels. A modern take on a car-tuning classic known as moon caps. The wheels no doubt complete the look of the Cullinan giving it a menacing look and ensuring that it sticks out no matter where it goes. Forgiato previously broke the internet after installing a set of these wheels on a satin black Mercedes-Benz G63.
Rolls-Royce has released the Cullinan back in 2018 as the brands’ entry into the luxury SUV market. It has since become the vehicle of choice for some of the world’s richest people thanks to its powerful V12 engine and more than capable four-wheel-drive system (as displayed by TFLOffroad).
The photos shot by one of our favourite photographers known as @paid2shoot also show the car having a black leather interior with what appears to be cream details which complete the blacked-out look that might make some chrome loving Rolls-Royce purists feel quite a bit upset.
This wide-body Rolls-Royce Cullinan will join an already impressive garage of a car collector known simply as @aka_boodee on Instagram consisting of unicorns such as Ferrari Enzo, modified Lamborghini Centenario, and probably the world’s wildest Lamborghini Aventador SVJ with an underground racing Twin-Turbo setup making north of 1250 WHP.