The Rolls-Royce Cullinan had its pixels rearranged long before it debuted last week.
Nevertheless, while those initial, pre-release renderings focused on giving us an idea of how it will look like, the latest ones step out of the ordinary and show the brand’s first-ever production SUV dressed in different clothes.
For example, KleberSilva has imagined the Cullinan as a pickup truck. The vehicle remains identical to the real deal up to the B-pillars, while the C-pillars were moved forward in order to make room for the open bed.
XTomi decided that this is an interesting approach for the Rolls-Royce SUV, too, but the digital artist went beyond the workhorse body style and rendered it in five more derivatives.
One of them is called the ‘Sport’, and adds a different body kit all around, dark window surrounds, privacy windows, larger wheels and a lowered ground clearance.
A Shooting Brake version of the SUV removes the rear doors and allows the front ones to open backwards. This one has a shorter wheelbase, too, as does the ‘Coupe’, with its weird-looking rear end.
The Cabriolet taps into an unexplored market and finally, the base-spec doesn’t make much sense either, with its plastic bumpers, grille and side sills, black door handles and side mirror casings, halogen headlamps and steel rims.