The Rolls-Royce Cullinan will have a one-touch “Viewing Suite” at the back


The Rolls-Royce has begun the reveal process of the Cullinan ahead of its official unveil at the next month’s Geneva Motor Show. The newest information to be released by the British marque gives us a sneak preview of one of the most handy features that will be available as an optional extra on the carmaker’s first ever SUV. Roll-Royce is calling it the “Viewing Suite,” which according to the carmaker “promises the best seat in the house.” Designed and engineered by Rolls-Royce’s exclusive Bespoke division, the Viewing Suite is a set of rear-facing leather chairs that deploy from the cargo area at the push of a button.


The pair of pop-up seats is intended for use while the car is not in motion and is accompanied by a cocktail table in the middle. According to Rolls-Royce, the owners will be able to “take in the world’s most breath-taking vistas, view a sports event or even watch their children take part in their school sports day.” There is no word on how much this optional feature will cost; but given the fact that the carmaker guarantees absolutely best craftsmanship, it won’t arrive with small price tag.

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“From the day we conceived of Cullinan we were focused on offering a truly authentic and luxurious Rolls-Royce experience to our customers through fascinating surprise and delight features,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce. “The beauty of Cullinan’s Viewing Suite, the manner in which it deploys so effortlessly, the attention to detail, the finest leathers that match the interior of the customer’s Cullinan, and how it all comes together to bring beautiful furniture to the most remote places, all bear testimony to the unequalled Bespoke competence of the designers and craftspeople at the Home of Rolls-Royce.