While Rolls-Royce are working on their first SUV, the Cullinan, someone thought that the Ghost would look neat dressed as an off-roader.
We don’t know what to say about that, but the renderings, posted by MoAoun, have the ‘wow factor’ that makes them suitable for sharing.
As far as the upgrades go, they a raised suspension with a very generous ground clearance, chunky tires, a snorkel, steel bumpers and plates, additional lights, plastic fender flares and a roof box that have significantly transformed the Ghost.
Those interested in a Rolls-Royce that would take them further once the comfort of the tarmac ends will have to wait until next year, when the Cullinan is expected to hit the market.
It will be one of the most luxurious SUVs in its segment, promising to offer a great ride quality, plenty of space inside, the latest technology features and a big V12 engine under the hood, all wrapped under a design that will make it instantly recognizable as a Rolls, with a front end similar to that of the new Phantom.