True to its reputation for bespoke luxury, Rolls-Royce has introduced the Cullinan Recreation Module, highlighting the best-selling SUV’s “supreme versatility” while preserving everything the British marque represents.
This tailored addition is essentially a motorised storage compartment with 48 litres of capacity. Hidden away in the floor of the Cullinan’s luggage area and secured by a power-operated drawer cassette that you can command with the touch of a button, the Recreation Module can flexibly cater for whatever your lifestyle may entail – from photography to fly fishing, snowboarding to kiteboarding, base-jumping, shooting, and everything else in between.
So far, Rolls-Royce has showcased three of several possible configurations:
- King of the Night – designed for the photographers out there, featuring compartments specifically for a DJI Mavic Mini drone, 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro, 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro, Sennheiser PXC550 MkII noise-cancelling headphones, Persol PO3225-S sunglasses, and just because it can, even a Supreme jacket.
- Hosting Service – designed for the outdoorsy operators, featuring space for all your picnic essentials (for up to eight people); comes with a cocktail kit, monogramed Rolls-Royce highball glasses, American walnut wooden chopping boards, light snack service, and more.
- Viewing Seat – designed for the romantics and date kings, featuring two power-deployed chairs as well as a retractable cocktail table (“the best seat in the house”).
The Rolls-Royce Cullinan Recreation Module is available in various materials and finishes to contrast/complement the car’s aesthetic. Pricing on top of the Cullinan’s base cost has not yet been revealed.