• Bentley Mulliner is the oldest coachbuilder in the world.
• The model is available with V8, W12 powertrains and a new V6 hybrid.
• It debuted at the Monterey Car Week in California.
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Bentley's Mulliner division is synonymous with luxury, and the brand's latest Flying Spur Mulliner model stays true to that heritage.
First seen at the Monterey Car Week in California, the sedan sees the addition of bespoke items like exclusive 22-inch polished wheels, jewel-infused fuel and oil caps and a set of signature leather-bound keys.
Customers can choose between three powertrains - a twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8, a twin-turbo 6.0-litre W12 and the more economical V6 hybrid - with respective top speeds of 318km/h, 333km/h and 285km/h.
The exterior features a new 'Double Diamond' front grille, chrome lower grille, matched with Satin Silver painted mirror caps. Other bits include the iconic Flying 'B' logo that is electronically operated and illuminated outer treadplates.
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Imperial Blue leather and camel is the theme used on the inside, with the seats, instrument panel, door trims and headlining treated to this unique combination. Furthermore, the Diamond-in-Diamond interior quilting involves an embroidery process that took 18 months to develop.
Another signature piece is the brushed silver analogue Mulliner clock. Also in tow is a sophisticated LED driver's instrument panel, Bentley rotating display, a heated duo-tone three-spoke steering wheel and a panoramic sunroof.
Bentley Mulliner is the oldest coachbuilder globally and, with the Flying Spur sedan, demonstrates the accurate combination of modern craftsmanship and bespoke luxury.