The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is an already pretty sweet ride. However, suppose you’re finding it a tad bit too short for your taste, Klassen has the perfect workaround. The custom shop is now offering a new Cullinan variant that sports a bit more cabin space than the standard model.

Klassen, it should be noted, is an expert when it comes to these things. As in turning premium vehicles into luxurious limousines. Their stretched, bomb-proof Rolls-Royce Cullinan has been extended from the middle by 40 inches, giving it a wheelbase of 170 inches. This takes the total length of the luxury SUV to almost 21 feet.

As with the original vehicle, the custom ride also features standard level seven ballistic protection, but customers can opt to upgrade the protection to level nine at an additional cost. Inside, Klassen put in a partition wall to create separate spaces (this is technically now a limo, after all), a Bang & Olufsen sound system for slick music playback quality on the road, LED ambient lighting made especially for the passengers, and a multimedia center to top it all off.

Klassen didn’t change anything under the hood. The ride still comes with the same 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 with 563 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. That’s a bummer for power-hungry Rolls-Royce loyalists out there, but you’re not exactly buying this ride for speed, are you?

A standard Rolls-Royce Cullinan starts at $325,000, excluding any kind of optimizations or additional features. This custom job is far, far more expensive — think $2.08 million.


Photos courtesy of Klassen