In seven years the team of Bentley Mulliner has been able to satisfy and fulfill the wishes of international customers, creating customizations and tailor-made projects that transformed the cars of the British brand into real one-of-a-kind masterpieces. The journey that began in 2014 has reached an important milestone, 1,000 bespoke Bentleys.
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The thousandth bespoke project was created for a European customer who wished two specific internal features to extend the customization of your Bentley. The first request was the application of Olive Ash – a classic veneer that comes fromlegacy of Mulsanne – inside a Bentayga. The second was to introduce a double contrast stitching in the upper areas of the seats and in the door trims, adding further contrast to the interior.
The first project involved a limited edition of 15 vehicles which focused on increasing passenger comfort levels: the Flying Spur Serenity. The seats and headrests have been redesigned and as part of the larger redesign a new and unique diamond quilting has been introduced in the cabin to create a new, personal, bespoke environment. This textured leather unique was the inspiration behind the diamond design that we can find today in the current Continental GT Mulliner.
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In celebrating this milestone, the Mulliner Design team shared some of his most interesting projects of the past seven years. Their work spans the full range of Bentley models of the period: from the jet-inspired Continental, to the Mulsannes that celebrated the 63⁄4-liter V8 powertrain, and even a Bentayga that had different interior trim specs between the side. driver and passenger. The 1000 bespoke projects since 2014 range from bespoke and bespoke entrance thresholds to completely unique designs and projects such as the Coachbuilt Bentley Mulliner Bacalar, and include special projects depending on commercial regions, as well as global projects, as well as limited series and even racing car design projects.