Rolls-Royce released the Cullinan as a means for its high-end clientele to be more adventurous. To accentuate its premium SUV’s versatility, it has introduced a Recreation Module which can be tailored to suit the specific needs of each customer.
So what is it? The Recreation Module, as Rolls-Royce puts it, is a motorised cassette drawer that has been designed to fit securely into the luggage compartment floor of the Cullinan. By pressing a button, the module slides open to reveal whatever equipment and accessories the owner has stored.
The Recreation Module provides 48 dm3 of space that can be configured to the client’s requirements. The entire assembly can also be removed and stored separately to accommodate owners who practice hobbies in areas that the Cullinan cannot reach such as the middle of a lake for fly fishing or the top of a mountain for rock climbing or snowboarding.
For those who value the SUV’s utility space, Rolls-Royce assures that the module will not compromise its 1 930 dm3 boot capacity.
What Recreational Modules have been put together so far? Photographer Mark Riccioni developed one to house his DJI Mavic Mini drone, 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro and 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro for image capture and editing when he was commissioned to take low-lit images of the Black Badge Cullinan. A bespoke Hosting Service module was put together by Rolls-Royce which catered up to eight adults with glassware and the utensils for creating a fresh cocktail or a classic gin and tonic for passengers.
For owners who really want to create a special occasion, Rolls-Royce can also fit the Viewing Suite which consists of two rear-facing “sociably arranged” seats divided by a retractable cocktail table.