The Rolls-Royce Privacy Suite offers passengers complete discretion, as well as bespoke rear theatre entertainment
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has taken the luxury of privacy to a new level by announcing the introduction of the ‘Privacy Suite’ for the new Extended Wheelbase Phantom.
Through the innovative use of electrochromic glass, the front and rear cabins of the new extended Phantom can now be visually separated at the touch of a button. This allows rear passengers complete discretion, be it for a private conversation or intimate moment. The glass can either be transparent or opaque, while the driver can communicate with back passengers through a built-in intercom system.
In a motor car that is already hailed as the quietest in the world, the Phantom’s Privacy Suite also represents a leap forward in sound absorption, delivering the highest possible quality of acoustic insulation. In addition, two high-definition 12-inch monitors deliver bespoke rear theatre entertainment and a discreetly illuminated large aperture allows documents to be passed between front and rear cabins.
The Privacy Suite is only available on the extended wheelbase version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, with prices upwards of £430,000.
The Rolls-Royce Privacy Suite has:
- Rear privacy curtains for full closure of side and rear windows
- Intercom system connecting rear passenger directly to driver
- Software suite complete with HDMI port, Starlight Headliner and bespoke clock