Spofec Rolls Royce Cullinan Overdose S
Behind the hallmark radiator grille is a twelve-cylinder, twin-turbo engine tuned by SPOFEC that produces 707 horsepower and 1,060 Nm of torque. SPOFEC sports exhaust systems in various variants with or without electronic sound management ensure that the V12 also stands out from the crowd acoustically. The new SPOFEC OVERDOSE S widebody kit gives the Rolls-Royce Cullinan even more extravagant looks from any angle. This bodywork refit is of course also available for the top-of-the-line Black Badge variant. The SPOFEC SP3 24-inch hi-tech alloys for this all-wheel-drive car were developed in cooperation with US manufacturer Vossen and optimally fill the space in the fender wells created by the flares. The lowered suspension makes the SUV even more agile on the road. SPOFEC is the brand of NOVITEC Group specializing in the refinement of the luxury cars from the British premium brand Rolls-Royce! The new SPOFEC OVERDOSE S pictured here is based on the Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan. The engine specialists of the German automotive tuner developed a performance upgrade for the 6.7-liter, twin-turbo V12 that offers efficiency, durability and daily practicality in equal measure. It boosts the peak output of this engine by 78 kW / 107 hp and produces an additional 160 Nm of torque. To this end they connect a plug-and-play SPOFEC N-TRONIC auxiliary control unit to the engine electronics of the SUV. This module introduces new maps for injection and ignition into the system and also increases the maximum boost pressure. After these modifications the engine puts out 520 kW / 707 hp at 5,400 rpm and produces a peak torque increased to 1,060 Nm at a low 1,800 rpm. It makes the SUV weighing over 2.7 metric tons even livelier still. As a result, it does away with zero to 100 km/h in a mere 4.6 seconds. Due to the heavy weight, the top speed remains electronically limited to 250 km/h like in the production car.
The SPOFEC sports exhaust systems made from stainless steel produce a thrilling exhaust note. Their tailpipes are integrated into the OVERDOSE S rear fascia. The variant with actively controlled butterfly valves leaves it to the driver whether the engine sounds decidedly subtle as is typical of the brand or sporty and powerful like a super sports car. The Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan is a one-in-a-million appearance already in standard specification. The designers of the German refinement specialist give the high-class SUV significantly sportier and at the same time more extravagant looks with the new SPOFEC OVERDOSE S widebody kit. For a perfect fit and surface finish in OEM quality, theaerodynamics components are produced from Pur-R-Rim. The new OVERDOSE S front fascia with integrated LED position markers and mesh covers for the air intakes replaces the production bumper in its entirety. It gives the Cullinan some added visual profile and thanks to its sophisticated shape reduces front-axle lift at high speeds to boot. The sweeping OVERDOSE S flares add ten centimeters to the width of the British luxury SUV at the front. The likewise curved wheel arch extensions make the Rolls-Royce a whopping 12 centimeters wider than the production car. The supercar consequently measures 2.12 meters in width and is of course also fitted with special king-sized wheels. High-end rim manufacturer Vossen designed the new SPOFEC SP3 wheels for the OVERDOSE S. The rims of size 10Jx24 front and back are mounted with high-performance street tires of size 295/30 R 24. The disc-style wheels are designed for maximum strength and are produced using state-of-the-art forging and CNC machining technology. They come in 72 different colors, including the black-painted version pictured here. In addition, customers can order these wheels with a polished or brushed surface finish. The SPOFEC control module for the air suspension of the Rolls-Royce is optimally tailored to the 24-inch tire/wheel combination. It lowers the ride height of the SUV by about 40 millimeters. The lower center of gravity gives the car even more agile and safer handling. The lowering also benefits the spectacular appearance, an effect that is further enhanced with purposeful bodywork modifications. For example, tailor-made rocker panels form a harmonious transition between the front and rear fender flares of the OVERDOSE S. The dynamic profile when viewed from behind is rounded off by the sporty SPOFEC rear fascia with diffuser and integrated exhaust embellishers. The SPOFEC rear spoiler puts the finishing touches to the athletic looks. SPOFEC is also the right place for Rolls-Royce owners who are looking to add their special personal touches in the interior of their OVERDOSE S as well. The company uses the finest leather and Alcantara to create bespoke interior appointments of the highest quality in countless upholstery designs and in any conceivable color.