Bentley Flying Spur 'The Surgeon' Is A Matte Black Operating Table On Wheels

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"Clinically clean" seems like a fitting descriptor.

A special-edition Bentley has been unveiled in Miami this week in collaboration with streetwear designer Dominic Ciambrone, who is also known as The Surgeon. The Flying Spur Hybrid, named after the artist and designer, follows another collaboration Bentley did with The Surgeon earlier this year- a pair of Bentley-inspired sneakers.

The Flying Spur features all the right ingredients to make up a special edition luxury car, including a special color scheme, unique branding, and one-off touches throughout the model. That includes the matte black and bronze color scheme, meant to mirror The Surgeon's own "brand aesthetic."

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As ever, special changes were handled by Mulliner, Bentley's "anything you want" division responsible for custom upgrades to customers' cars. Bentley's Blackline package changes all the chrome brightwork to black, as the name implies. Other exterior changes include Bentley Styling Specification upgrades with the front splitter, side sills, rear diffuser, and trunk lip spoiler in carbon fiber.

The Flying Spur Hybrid is actually a two-tone car, and Bentley says Ciambrone wanted an understated car with Anthracite grey paint accenting the matte Anthracite body. The car also got a matte bronze finish on some pieces to help break up the Spur's formidable visual mass. Of course, there are also special "Surgeon" badges on the exterior.

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As with so many other Bentley models, this collaboration is more about the interior than anything. The door kickplate reads "The Surgeon" with Ciambrone's personal "Never Stop" motto on the inner sill. LED puddle lights project the artist's skull-and-scalpels logo. Two shades of leather, Beluga and Linen were used for the door card and seats, respectively.

The latter have special Surgeon branding on the seatbacks and headrests, which again feature the skull-and-scalpels logo. To mirror the exterior, Bentley used bronze stitching while also embossing the artist's logo into the dash veneer with more bronze accents on the speaker cones.

For now, Bentley has not said what it will be doing with this Flying Spur. It will be on display at Art Basel Miami.

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