Attention to detail, tailor made, Bespoke—these are the words that come to mind when one thinks of Rolls-Royce. Every little detail is so precise, suited to each client’s wishes, including things like the Recreation Module.
Yes, the Recreation Module is that space behind the rear seats of the Rolls-Royce of SUVs, the Cullinan. Known in most vehicles as the cargo area, the British carmaker wants to think of it more as an extension of the client’s personality—just like the rest of the vehicle.
This essentially means owners can specify what they wish to carry back there. By doing so, Rolls-Royce will build a drawer to suit the type of cargo that will be ferried, including details like the number of drawers, as well as the color of the drawer itself.
For those clients that fancy viewing the scenery of the great outdoors, or their child’s soccer practice, perhaps, the British luxury automaker serves up the Viewing Module with two power operated chairs facing outwards. In another instance, the Bespoke team can come up with a removable chair that one can take with them when enjoying the greenery—away from everything else.
As with most things Bespoke, the only limit to how one can customize their Recreation Module is their imagination.