The new Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner, the “pinnacle” of the GT range – .

The new Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner, the “pinnacle” of the GT range – .

Bentley’s Mulliner body division has turned to the Flying Spur sedan which is considered “the pinnacle of four-door luxury” and will be the company’s most expensive production model to date.

Revealed during Monterey Car Week in California, the Flying Spur Mulliner will be the third member of the Bentley Mulliner Collections range offered by the bespoke body division of the Crewe company, joining the premium versions of the Continental GT coupe. and convertible.

The new machine will be offered with all three Bentley powertrains available for the Flying Spur: the plug-in hybrid V6, the V8 and the W12. The PHEV version will be the first Mulliner model to use an electrified powertrain.

The Flying Spur Mulliner differs from the rest of the range with a subtle makeover and a multitude of bespoke features. The exterior features exclusive 22-inch two-tone wheels with self-leveling center hubcaps that keep the Bentley logo upright as the wheels turn and a “double diamond” mesh pattern for the grille and air intakes. lower. There are also silver exterior mirrors, an electronically deployed Bentley logo, and jewel fuel and gas caps.

The interior has also been heavily reworked, including Mulliner treadplates and shag rugs, embroidered seats, ‘3D’ leather on the door panels and electrically foldable picnic tables for rear passengers. . The interior will be offered in eight custom tricolor combinations. Bentley claims it took 18 months for the ‘diamond to diamond’ quilting on the interior padding to develop, with each diamond involving 712 individual stitches.

The centerpiece of the instrument panel is a a Mulliner clock in brushed silver, which is paired with a digitally driven instrument panel featuring a custom Mulliner theme. The model also includes the Bentley rotating screen, panoramic sunroof and heated seats.


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