A few months ago, we reported the virtually endless number of options available on the back of the Bentley Flying Spur. It strengthens the brand’s position as a luxury car manufacturer and the brand’s new flagship model, offering more choice to its clientele, which belongs to 1% of the world’s population.
Bentley, however, believed that infinity was not enough and added more configuration to choose to exit Crewe. One of the major additions is the availability of a four-seat configuration that maximizes the luxury of comfort and space.
Note that Bentley is not the first to offer a four-seater rear configuration. Other luxury sedans like the Lexus LS already have it in their list of options. It’s Bentley catching up, but it’s not really a problem at all.
The four-seater Flying Spur has a center console that extends from front to rear, serving as a divider and armrest between the two rear passengers. The center console houses a 5-inch touch screen remote control, cupholders and additional storage. A set of electronically controlled picnic tables is also added.
Other options include semi-aniline leather inserts for a more chic passenger experience than you would expect from a car of this price. New door inserts are also available as veneers, further enhancing the cabin’s aesthetic appeal.
In addition to interior subtleties, Bentley has also added three exterior colors to its list of paint finishes. These are the same colors given to the Continental GT, namely Viridian, Patina and Snow Quartz. The grille can be configured with a bright chrome finish – a response to customer feedback.