Rolls-Royce introduces bespoke motorized storage option for the Cullinan SUV that can be deployed at the touch of a button.
These new feature includes the “King of the Night”, “Hosting Service”, and the Viewing Suite.
Rolls-Royce offers extensive list of options for all its current lineup of luxury cars, including the $300,000 jewel in the crown of luxury SUVs, the Cullinan.
Now, Rolls-Royce has introduced another new bespoke storage option for the Cullinan named the Recreation Module that brings extra functionality to the ultra-luxury SUV.
These deluxe customizable add-on is a motorized storage compartment that is hidden in the floor of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan’s luggage area.
At the touch of a button, the hidden compartment pops open and slides out to reveal an additional 1.695 cubic feet (or 48 liters) of storage space.
The new feature can be equipped to support different leisure activities. Rolls-Royce showed off three configurations, including the “King of the Night”, “Hosting Service”, and the Viewing Suite, for inspiration.
The “King of the Night,” specially designed for photographer Mark Riccioni; featured equipments like DJI Mavic Mini drone; 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro; 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro, sunglasses and a Supreme jacket.
With the “Hosting Service”, customers host a picnic or dinner party right from their trunks of the Cullinan SUV. It features cocktail kit with monogramed Rolls-Royce highball glasses.
And finally, the “Viewing Seat”, which features two chairs and a retractable cocktail table that are deployed at the touch of a button.
This Executive rear-seat package comes with whisky decanter, glasses and a champagne chiller with flutes. Screens is also available just in case you want to watch your favourite sport show.
The 3-ton high-riding Cullinan starts at $330,000. But the SUV typically retails for over $400,000 after the usual add-ons and customizations.