The new Bentley Flying Spur received a four-seater cabinJuly 7, 2020
After the departure of the Bentley Mulsanne, the Flying Spur sedan took the place of the flagship of the British brand lineup. For him, the company has prepared a number of new options. Using one of them, you can change the layout of the cabin.
The new Bentley Flying Spur can now be ordered with some improvements: a pair of separate seats in the second row, new shades in the palette for painting the body, as well as interior design using semi-aniline leather.
On the center console, in front of the new individual seats, there is multimedia with a five-inch screen, a pair of cup holders, as well as a special compartment for storing various little things. In the armrest there was a place for USB ports and a 12-volt outlet. The latter, if desired, can be equipped with wireless charging for gadgets and a heating function.
As for the new upholstery proposed by the automaker, here we are dealing with inserts of semi-aniline leather with special cross stitches. They were made by hand, and their total length is 115 meters! The machine is unable to cope with this painstaking work. So a lot of work was invested in such an original upholstery.
For the convenience of the rear passengers, neat little tables, lined with wooden veneer and equipped with electric drive, were built into the backs of the front seats. The steering wheel receives Continental GT-style grip sensors. Among the design innovations, we highlight new decorative trims made of carbon fiber under glossy varnish and aluminum with a special pattern, as well as three new exterior colors.
It is green called Viridian, Swamp Patina and Mother of Pearl White Snow Quartz.
Earlier, Buick showed the sophisticated interior of the Envision S 2021 crossover. An updated model is expected in the Chinese car market.
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