When Rolls-Royce first announced that they were going to make an SUV, many were skeptical about whether or not they will be able to pull it off. When the British marque finally showcased the Cullinan's ability to take on sand-dunes, rocky terrain, and even difficult trails, Rolls-Royce was able to silence the critics.
But what if you want to take the Cullinan to the extreme like the Arctic circle? So far, none have dared to do so. Thanks to these images, we can now imagine what Rolls-Royce's SUV would look like if it received the Arctic Trucks treatment. Rendered by concept artist Abimelec Arellano, he recently took a standard Cullinan and made it into the monster truck that you see in front of you.
With Arellano's digital wizardry, he was able to put a massive bull bar at the front, massive fenders on the side with huge monster truck-style snow tires, as well as portal axles for better traction in the snowy terrain. It even gets LED lightbars mounted at the front and rear for improved visibility, a more rugged rear bumper, and a full roof rack to carry extra cargo.
But would Arctic Truck themselves take a Cullinan and turn it into a go-anywhere machine? Usually, they choose pick-up trucks like the Toyota Hilux, Isuzu D-Max, and even the Nissan Navara for their conversions. A conversion for the Cullinan could be possible, but we're not entirely sure if anyone would actually be brave enough to do it on their Rolls-Royce.
If you happen to have a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, would you be brave enough to turn it into a badass luxury snowmobile? Better yet, would you actually take it off-road like what Rolls-Royce did when promoting the Cullinan?