The finish on a lot of the trim is similar to stone slabs.
When you want to see a costly vehicle with a lot of extras, simply wait for Mansory to get his hands on the model.
The company's freshly announced Rolls-Royce Cullinan Special UAE is a fantastic example of what it accomplishes.
The Mansory Cullinan Special gets a full body kit in the UAE.
The crossover's nose is dramatically lowered thanks to a redesigned front fascia and splitter.
Upper and lower outlets have been added to each side of the revised fenders.
The lower half of the doors is highlighted by larger side sills.
The roof is fitted with a spoiler.
On each side of the rear bumper is a diffuser with slots for two trapezoidal exhausts.
Many of the new outside pieces have an odd surface that resembles granite or marble.
Making a luxury crossover's exterior look like it has stone accents is a strange aesthetic.
The 24-inch wheels with pairs of arched spokes on this specially tuned Cullinan.
Each set is connected by little horizontal pieces to form the letter A.
The steering wheel, dashboard, door panels, and sills all have more of same rocky-looking material on the inside.
The door panels and centre console have a wavy, textured motif.
The two seats in the back have contrasting black and white leather treatments.
The passenger-side chair is lighter, while the driver-side chair is darker.
Each headrest has an embroidered outline in the shape of the United Arab Emirates.
The Cullinan Special UAE package from Mansory also includes powertrain modifications, boosting the output to 610 horsepower (455 kilowatts) and 701 pound-feet (950 Newton-meters) of torque.
The corporation isn't saying anything about these changes.
The Cullinan Special UAE is likewise unpriced according to Mansory.
Given that a conventional Rolls-Royce crossover starts at over $300,000, this customised version is likely to be rather costly.
Mansory (through Facebook) is one of the sources.