Polish tuning company Carlex Design has given a Rolls-Royce Cullinan its 'Yachting Edition' magic touch.
Carlex Rolls-Royce Cullinan
Carlex is most renowned for its stunning interior upgrades, but it has also tried its hand at dressing up the Cullinan's exterior to let people know you're not driving a standard car.
In spite of that, the exterior only received a two-tone black and silver paint job.
To create the look of brushed aluminium, the exterior's bottom half has been meticulously hand-painted.
In order to complete the appearance, the original wheels have been swapped out with custom 22-inch alloys.
New off-white perforated leather seats have been installed inside the Yachting Edition Cullinan, and the entire inside has been tastefully reupholstered with brown leather and Alcantara.
Don't forget your deck shoes! The flooring have been panelled with varnished wood to create the entire boating experience.
The cost depends upon application, although living aboard a yacht is not inexpensive.
It will cost you just under £300,000 to purchase the car in the first place, and that is before you ship it to Carlex to have it stripped and rebuilt.
Which do you consider to be a necessary improvement for your Cullinan?
Rolls-Royce Cullinan Yachting Edition by Carlex Design - most luxury SUV