Ultra-luxury brands are known for offering a wide range of interior options, but Bentley has gone down a rocky path with its new nature-inspired Mulliner cabin upgrades.
Customers can now opt for stone dash veneers in a variety of colours on both the Continental coupe and Flying Spur saloon. It's made from a combination of slate and quartzite stone sustainably-sourced from India, and cured with glass-fibre and a bespoke resin.
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Despite its appearance the facia veneer is only 0.1mm thick, which Bentley says makes it extremely light and translucent so the pattern is visible underneath. Four colours are offered: Galaxy, Autumn White, Terra Red and Copper.
Well-heeled buyers are advised to consult with Bentley's in-house coachbuilders in Crewe, Mulliner, to perfect the exact design and any unique requirements. No prices are quoted, however, so be prepared to pay a premium.
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