The world is currently still taking in the launch of the most luxurious SUV ever made. The new Rolls-Royce Cullinan is finally out but it feels as if it has already been with us for months. Maybe it’s because of the heavy marketing campaign the British brand employed before it even came out or maybe that’s because the Cullinan simply feels like it belongs in the Rolls-Royce range. Either way, nobody would expect someone to ever try and turn this following rendering into reality.

The man who brought us some of the first variations of the Cullinan’s body in awesome renderings is now back and showing us a rather peculiar take on the luxurious ‘high riding vehicle’. X-Tomi Design put together a rendering showing us the Cullinan in ‘rocket bunny’ guise. If you’re familiar with the Japanese car culture, you already know what a rocket bunny is. It’s usually a lowered, wider version of the standard car. They can be based on anything but most of the time sports cars are used as a basis.

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We’ve seen BMW M4 models turned into rocket bunnies as well as Porsche 911 models but nobody would expect a massive SUV like the Cullinan ever to try and pose as a rocket bunny. Usually we get to see cars with sizes similar to a Toyota GT86 or Miata getting that treatment so getting a Cullinan to play the same part might not actually happen. Furthermore, owners of cars made in Goodwood aren’t exactly known avid fans of the aftermarket phenomenon.

Nevertheless, I have to admit, this doesn’t look bad at all. Of course, looks are subjective and not everyone will agree with me, but thinking about the engine under the hood, one can’t help but wonder what could actually be achieved here. After all, we’re talking about a 6.75-liter V12 engine which, with bigger turbos, would probably be able to put out around 1,000 HP. That, coupled with some carefully picked out changes done to the suspension, things could get quite brutal.