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Design

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Exterior Design

The Bentley marque’s characteristic curves meet crisp, clean new edges in a remarkably sleek silhouette.

The side feature line runs along the car from the rear wheel arch in parallel with the low roof, down to its hand-fitted chrome front grille. The bi-Xenon headlights with daylight-running LEDs complete a powerful visage when viewed from head on.

There is no doubt that the Flying Spur is an elegant luxury sedan. Yet the strong rear haunch and the wrap-around tail lamps conspire to betray the Bentley heritage – and the power the car conceals within.

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Interior Design

 

Despite the Flying Spur’s powerful nature, every occupant enjoys generous legroom. From the organ-stop air vent controls to the touch screen Infotainment system and the Touch Screen Remote in back, passengers alike have never enjoyed so much control over their environment.

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Materials

The veneers used for the mirror-matched waistrails and dashboard, the matching glasses case in the console and the picnic tables behind the front seats are all carefully fitted by hand. Cured for 72 hours, they are treated with five layers of clear lacquer to enhance their natural beauty. The result is a series of stunning, mirror-matched surfaces that flow seamlessly into the soft, tactile leather of the Flying Spur's interior.

Every hand-upholstered leather seat is individually sewn, hand-fitted and signed by the upholsterer on the back of the hide, which undergoes a traditional tanning process beforehand, to give it a rich, luxurious leather aroma.
 

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Mulliner Specification

In the early days of the motor car, Mulliner became the coachbuilder of choice for Britain’s discerning motorists – many of whom drove Bentleys. Mulliner craftsmanship soon became legendary and in 1959, the company finally became part of Bentley.

Today, the Flying Spur W12 Mulliner continues this proud tradition of handcrafted excellence. In addition to the luxurious specification of the Flying Spur W12, it sports subtle design details such as 21” five-spoke two-piece alloy wheels, designed alongside the car at the Bentley factory in Crewe. The Mulliner name adorns the treadplates and the chrome details on the wing vent.

Inside, the theme continues with diamond-quilted seats and door panels with perforated hides, drilled alloy sports pedals and a knurled sports gear lever. Throughout the car, Mulliner’s sporting heritage is combined exquisitely with the handcrafted luxury of the Flying Spur.
 

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Colour and Choice

There are countless ways to make your Flying Spur your own.
For the exterior, you can choose from over 100 colours. Inside, the choice widens, with a huge range of hides and veneers to complement options for seat sandwich piping, contrast stitching, cross stitching and cross banding. The options are many; the combinations virtually limitless.
You can experiment online now, using the Bentley Configurator.
Alternatively, contact your local Bentley Dealer. Together, we can ensure that we create a Bentley unlike any other.