Rolls-Royce Phantom is a four-wheel sensory deprivation tank that separates its residents from the outside world more efficiently than just about any other car. But about plutocrats who do not even agree to share rooms with their drivers? Rolls-Royce has a solution. It is called "Privacy Suite", and it separates the front and rear with a limousine-like partition.
Designed for the Long-Wheelbase version of Phantom, Privacy Suite was unveiled at the 2018 Chengdu Auto Show. As an upscale version of the Get Smarts Cone of Silence, it allows backed residents to talk without being overtaken by anyone.
"Throughout history, brokers and historians have come to terms with some of the most historic deals in security thanks to the" luxury of privacy "offered to them on the back of a Rolls Royce," the automaker said in a statement.
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The partition also has a hole to pass objects between front and back sections of the cabin. Opening and closing is controlled only by passengers with the rear seat and the gap is "discreetly illuminated to ensure that passengers are satisfied with the nature of the documents or objects before they receive them," according to Rolls-Royce. It sounds like a perfect feature for paranoid plutocrats.
When the secret negotiations conclude, passengers can turn on a back-seat entertainment system with two 12-inch screens, with controls mounted on a center console. Behind curtains and privacy glass completes the package. The Privacy Suite can also be combined with Rolls & Starlight Headliner, which uses pinpricks of light on the ceiling to mimic the look of a night sky.
Rolls-Royce did not discuss pricing, but the Privacy Suite is probably an expensive addition to an already expensive car. But Rolls-Royce customers have plenty of money and an appetite for expensive additions, so Privacy Suite should prove to be popular. It's probably just a matter of time before a customer asks for the layout of Roll's new Cullinan SUV.