Redefining luxury, again.
The Bentley brand has long been synonymous with redefining automotive luxury. While its cars are exquisite on the outside, the level of craftsmanship seen on Bentley’s interiors is breathtaking. A press release showcasing the interior of the all-new Flying Spur suggests this opulent saloon is no exception.
While many luxury brands spend quite a bit of time on front-seat accommodations, passengers at the rear often go unnoticed. Bentley has taken this to heart with the goal of ensuring that passengers in the rear of the Flying Spur experience the same standard of quality as those up front. Right from the start, it’s clear that the goal is well and truly accomplished.
The options list for the back of the British automaker’s luxury car is exactly as ridiculous as you’d expect. While there are some options commonly seen in other luxury vehicles, the similarities end with the available refrigerated bottle cooler. Placed between the rear seats and behind the armrest, the bottle cooler can accommodate six 330 ml soft drinks, four 500 ml bottles, or even two full-sized bottles of Champagne. We’d like to guess most owners would keep the cooler stocked with either wine or Champagne rather than soft drinks.
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Other crazy options include the number of available materials. Customers will be able to choose from 15 different hide colours and eight different veneers to create a truly unique interior aesthetic. Even details as petite as the colour of the stitching and emblems can be specified by the prospective customer.
Although the interior of the Flying Spur is one of the most customisable and comfort/ tech-driven interiors the British-automaker has ever made, Bentley is still committed to making improvements. The brand is still designing new options and accommodations for the interior and says those features will be revealed very soon.