Customizing your bespoke Bentley just got a lot easier.
Bentley offers a plethora of personalization options for the Continental GT, Flying Spur, and Bentayga. But if you want to make your luxury limo truly stand out, the company's Mulliner bespoke division offers unique finishes such as three-dimensional wood door trim, stone veneer, and custom colors. To make it easier for customers to commission their dream designs, Bentley is launching a new Mulliner Visualizer.
This digital application allows customers to view images of bespoke hide, veneer, and stitching options for their bespoke Bentley and work with retailers or Mulliner designers remotely. Up to three different colors can be configured to create a unique interior design, with images of the design produced in real-time.
Customers can also create or match a bespoke main hide color and use the visualizer to provide a reference code that can be sent to Bentley Mulliner's craftspeople. It's not just the interior that can be extensively personalized, either. Mulliner also offers 26 additional exterior paint colors, including fifteen solid and metallic options, four satin finishes, and seven pearlescent three-layer paints.
If these colors still don't satisfy a customer's requirement, the personalization division can color-match virtually any sample using special software that analyzes the composition and reproduces it. The exterior color can also be carried over into the cabin with special Piano painted veneers that match the exterior color.
These veneers are sanded before being lacquered and meticulously painted by hand. Once the painting is completed, the veneer is polished with lamb's wool to "achieve a mirror like finish." Mulliner can match the paint to any of Bentley's 86 exterior finishes or leather colors.
As well as commissioning bespoke exterior and interior designs, Bentley's Mulliner division also crafted the beautiful Bacalar grand tourer, which is currently undergoing extreme testing to make sure it lives up to quality standards before production begins.