The Spofec Cullinan Overdose by Novitec is no ordinary Rolls-Royce! The luxurious SUV features a bodykit that’s 12cms wider than standard, sits lower on 24″ wheels and even has a performance exhaust to make more noise from the 6.75l V12. Let’s take a first look walkaround and see what it’s like at full throttle!
Novitec are famed for their N-Largo Ferrari and McLaren models, but when it comes to Rolls-Royce cars these wear the Spofec (SPirit OF ECstasy) Overdose name, and you can bet this car is literally as the name suggests. The Cullinan marked the first entry to the SUV market for the British manufacturer and has instantly proven to be very successful as a result.
In the case of the Cullinan Overdose, we are looking at a car with a new bodykit from the arches to bumpers that widens it by 10cms at the front and 12cms at the rear. The suspension set up allows it to sit 4cms lower while wearing new 24″ wheels to go with it. Power comes from the 6.75l TT V12 that thanks to the N-Tronic module now makes 685hp and 1010nm (from 571hp and 850nm standard).
As well as the Cullinan, we can also take a look at Novitec and Spofec’s package for the Rolls-Royce Phantom 8. Without including a full widebody kit and Overdose specification, it still has some presence with the new bumpers and visual elements while again offering a lower ride height and 24″ wheels.//Shmee150