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Rolls-Royce Cullinan widebody 2023

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan model year 2023 widebody is a car that makes you feel like you're on cloud nine while driving. See below for updates!

With the advent of ultra-luxuries and super-SUVs, the high-end driver stratosphere has welcomed new entries – such as the Bentley Bentayga V8 and V12, the aston Martin DBX and DBX707, the daring Lambo Urus and Urus S plus Urus Performante, or the mighty Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Cullinan Black Badge.

Soon, the aftermarket realm was all about kings and queens – aka Cullinan and Urus. And they're still reeling over these two flagship models, even as the 715 hp Ferrari Purosangue bus port and the 738 hp BMW XM Label Red 'Porky Pig' danger loom on the delivery horizon.

But as always, these vehicles that stand out from any crowd (whether right or wrong) are an excellent way to show off your prowess, and everyone is trying to find the perfect Hermes-like accessory.

Well, so did ANRKY Wheels, based in Miami, Florida, an aftermarket company with a simple motto: "disrupt the established order." They've done it again, although Black Badge fans might not be happy, frankly.

Thankfully, it's not entirely their fault for this Cullinan mess, as it's the work of their Wheels Boutique neighbors. Self-described as the "largest dealer of the world's top brands", the shop opted for a Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge gray and subtle beige.

While no preferred details were shared about the construction of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, we can quickly notice the overall atmosphere based on the gray exterior suit and beige bodywork. The interior, meanwhile, is tan, just like old-school cars, and there would be nothing wrong with the 591-horsepower V12-powered monster if it weren't for the customization and personalization options.

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Instead, they made the classic Rolls-Royce Cullinan look look out of place through a low-slung stance, a full body aerodynamic kit and the general atmosphere that now implies that even 24-inch aftermarket wheels look insignificant when used on a Cullinan!

Ah, in case you want to know the exact model to better avoid it on your next outing black Badge, these are ANRKY's RF282s, dressed in fully brushed suits and equipped with large floating 'RR' caps and Vredestein tires.

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Source: Autoevolution