Bentley’s Making Its Vehicles Even Classier Thanks To Mulliner

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As if Bentleys weren’t exclusive enough.

Bentleys have always been high-end luxury vehicles for the well-to-do enthusiast. However, wealthy individuals looking to get into an even classier Bentley Flying Spur can do so thanks to Mulliner. The automaker’s in-house coach-building division just unveiled its range of unique touches for the Flying Spur. The available accessories will offer customers with even more personalization for the gorgeous four-door sedan. Are these changes even necessary or a complete waste of money?

Bentley was eager to point out that the Flying Spur can now come with paintend veneers, a refrigerated bottle cooler between the rear seats, sterling silver atomizers, Mulliner quilted leather and hide-trimmed stowage boxes. Apparently, these turn the Flying Spur into an even more luxurious product. Director of Mulliner Geoff Dowding stated, “Mulliner offers customers the opportunity to personalize their car over and above the one million plus combinations already available to them. Creating bespoke feature is about understanding our customer needs and requirements and the Flying Spur is a perfect outlet for us to interpret their ideas.”

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All of the available accessories are engineered in typical Bentley fashion with attention to the smallest details. Mulliner has even made changes to the Flying Spur to accommodate for the “hallmarked silver atomizers” that spray a nose-pleasing perfume in the car.

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