Mansory’s Rolls-Royce Cullinan Billionaire Will Set You Back $727K

Remember when Mansory took the 2019 Geneva Motor Show by storm, with a bunch of ruined tuned vehicles? One of them is for sale, and its no other than the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Billionaire.

We already established that it costs under one million to buy, with the official information released back then speaking of a €785,000 ($879,780) price tag in Germany, and only 13 to be produced.

As for this example, advertised on Mobile by a German used car dealer specialized in selling some of the world’s hottest rides, including a few other Mansory Billionaires and a couple of Bugatti Chirons, it costs €648,500 ($726,799).

Also Watch: Chris Harris Drives Rolls Royce’s Cullinan And Can’t Hide His Feelings About It

That’s hardly a bargain compared to the stock version of the SUV, which is much more discreet and also costs less – better make that way less, at $325,000 (equal to €289,951), at least on this side of the Atlantic. The vendor claims that the buyer will take possession of the vehicle in two months after placing the order, with only testing mileage on the clock, and it will come equipped with a bunch of gear that’s worthy of a Rolls-Royce and the aftermarket parts added by Mansory.

The latter part includes a wide body conversion, rear spoiler, custom engine cover, sports exhaust system, lowering suspension and 24-inch wheels. Like the example displayed at the Swiss event earlier this year, the Cullinan offered for sale here sports a dual-tone exterior, combining matte black with silver. The cabin is dominated by light beige leather with black piping and other black accents scattered around.

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  • rockyroad

    oh no!

  • Benoît Etienne

    except for bumper/wheels i don’t see any upgrade worth that big a price tag.

  • DaruniaG

    I hate Mansory so much

  • benT

    In Australia mine cost AUS$1.2 million.

  • Craig

    As much bad taste that money can buy.

    • “Cars are an extension of ourselves, like DNA. And if you have the wrong DNA, you should be put out to pasture. When it comes to autos, auto modifications, or the kind of lifestyle advice that will make you a winner, come to Brucie’s Executive Autos, uhh I mean Mansory.
      Play to win, all the time, with the kind of cars winners have. My name’s Bruce Kibbutz. How do winners roll? I’m talking automotive bling, baby. I’m talking rims made with fake spinning gemstones. I’m talking putting your name in classy script on the hood. I’m talking about being original, just like everybody else who can afford to be. I’m talking about taking a 250,000 dollar sports car designed by world-class engineers and letting a guy from East Hook modify it so it’s worth a lot less. That’s right, A LOT LESS! That’s player style baby! Because you can, because you’re different! Brucie’s Executive Lifestyle Autos!”

      — from the parody masters at GTA, Dan Houser and Laszlow.

      • Craig

        That was VERY funny! Thanks!! lol

  • Smith

    This is another good reason why Mansory should never be allowed near a car that costs of $50,000 before they modify it. A Rolls that looks like this should be repossessed by Rolls.

  • MarketAndChurch

    I like it.

  • Change the exhausts to horizontal positions and adjust the front bumper and air intakes and this looks extremely desirable. Those alloys do look exceptional on the car. I am questioning where the exteme price hike is coming from though.

  • Thunderbolt

    A pos car for a pos customer

  • Mike Gonzalez

    This looks really good. It gives the Cullinan the right touch of sportiness and thank God Mansory didn’t go way overboard like they usually do

  • db

    It seems tackiness comes in all price levels.

  • StrangerGP

    more like the ‘rappers and footballers’ edition

  • Aaaaaaaaaaaah Mansory king of bad taste for rich.

  • TheBelltower

    Rolls should not allow Mansory to touch their cars. Mansory makes everything look like trash.

  • Mr. EP9

    It’s not like Mansory couldn’t make it look any worse than it already is.

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