Rolls-Royce Owners Can Tailgate In Luxury On Automatic Lounge Seats

Rolls-Royce Owners Can Tailgate In Luxury On Automatic Lounge Seats

Unfolding at the touch of a button, the feature offers Rolls-Royce drivers a perfect seat for an outdoor event

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 1 march 2018

Rolls-Royce is finalizing work on its first ‘high-bodied vehicle’—its term for an SUV. It will be called the Cullinan, and so far few details have been revealed. One new feature they have shared ahead of the formal debut is the ‘Viewing Suite.’ Buyers who opt for this bespoke feature can have their Cullinan equipped with a set of leather seats and a coffee table that automatically extend from the back of the vehicle at the touch of a button. They retract into the rear compartment without taking up any cargo space.

Rolls-Royce created the Viewing Suite to offers owners a luxurious option for taking in a view, watch an outdoor event or see their children play sports at school.


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