Driving a Rolls-Royce Cullinan is a matter of pride, but the tuner Spofec is bringing change by adding extra power to the posh crossover and the firm provides a body kit and larger wheels to provide the vehicle a different appearance.

Spofec's tuning kit includes a plug-and-play module for the ECU that increases the power of the V12 engine to 676 horsepower (504 kilowatts) and 745 pound-feet (1,010 Newton-meters) of torque, as compared to the stock 563 hp (420 kW) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm).

The tuner mentioned modified crossover's acceleration to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) at 4.9 seconds. But the highest speed still at 155 mph (250 kph). If customers are interested to spotlight the revised engine's sound, then Spofec will do the need full by providing an exhaust with an electronically controlled valve by modifying the noise out of the pipes.

There's a new front fascia with large, rectangular inlets. Flared fenders include little openings for the ones in the rear. The side sills are also quite noticeable. At the back, there are double spoilers and a noticeable rear diffuser with exhaust surrounds at the corners.

The company collaborates with Vossen to make the forged, 24-inch wheels. The design includes 10 sets of double spokes with a prominent center section. To cut down the height of the body over the massive wheels, Spofec provides a module that slashes the ride height by around 1.575 inches (40 millimeters).

In case a customer isn't satisfied with Rolls-Royce's luxurious interior, Spofec is there to make the customer happy by providing a custom cabin service.