The new top-of-the-line Range Rover, the $200,000+ SVAutobiography (via Land Rover's SVO division), is a 543 HP rolling bank vault of luxury and weaponized swank. More importantly, it finally has a way for the 1% to be able to really sit back and enjoy a cockfight parking lot tailgate, with this amazing 'Event Seating.'
The 'event seating' is a pair of leather-and-brushed-aluminum folding seats that origami out of the open lower tailgate door. The seats have a a strangely equestrian-looking footrest below, hung on leather straps, and the whole thing sits on a big, quilted-leather apron thing that drapes down and has pockets for wads of caviar and that kind of thing.
Really, the whole assembly has a slightly unsettling gimp-suit/bondage gear look about it, but, who knows, maybe that's what plays well in the upper end of the market.
Unlike the legendary Subaru Brat, it appears that these external seats are not designed for use while the vehicle is in motion, which is a real shame. But I suspect that these will get tried for some manicured-grounds thrill rides at least a few times, before the exhilarated riders retire, gleefully, to their S&M play-dungeons and decadent masked orgies or whatever rich people who buy cars with fold-out black leather seats with horseshoe-styled accessories do.