Spofec, a Novitec division, has launched the all-new Overdose S widebody kit for the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge, the premium SUV’s more powerful variant.

The German tuner has created a new bumper with a black grille and redesigned LED daytime running lights for the front end of this kit. The bodykit also incorporates widened wheel arches in the front and rear to expand the width of the SUV by 4.7 inches. The body kit continues at the rear, with new quad exhaust tips and a reworked diffuser. A new lip spoiler on the trunk lid, a more dramatic rear bumper, and a diffuser finish off the Overdose S widebody.

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A set of 24-inch alloy wheels co-developed with Vossen, wrapped in 295/30 R24 tires, completes the new outer design and may be combined with aluminum spacers for an even broader appearance. The wheels on this model are black, with other finishes available. Spofec also added air suspension technology that allows the SUV to be lowered 1.6 inches without affecting performance.

The 6.7-liter twin-turbocharged V12 now produces 697 horsepower and 782 pound-feet of torque thanks to a plug-and-play N-TRONIC control device, up from 592 horsepower and 664 pound-feet in the factory Cullinan Black Badge.

The extra power allows the Overdose S to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.6 seconds while maintaining an electronically controlled peak speed of 155 miles per hour. Customers may also choose between an exhaust system with or without an electronically controlled flap regulator.

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Rolls-Royce already has a number of personalization choices for the Cullinan’s cabin, but Spofec can reupholster the cabin with a variety of colors and quality fabrics.