Just last month we brought you news on Bentley teaming up with Linley to create a very exclusive and limited edition Continental Flying Spur. The special-edition car recently made its debut at Jack Barclay, Bentley dealer, in London’s Berkeley Square.
Production of the Bentley Continental Flying Spur Linley will be limited to just 10 units with all going to China. Why China? Well, Bentley wants to thank China for its increasing demand and being its largest sedan market.
All Bentley Continental Flying Spur Linley models feature “Linley elements designed to appeal to customers who value pedigree and lineage, handcrafted quality and peerless design,” Bentley said in a statement. Linley took its special veneers in Santos rosewood and applied to the console, waistrail and roof console.
“Our collaboration with Linley brings a new element to the interior of one of our globally best-selling models,” said Christine Gaskell, member of the board for personnel, Bentley Motors. “The Continental Flying Spur has a unique executive style and elegance which is complemented wonderfully by the Linley veneers. We share an expertise in the use of natural materials and a commitment to superlative craftsmanship.”
Key features of the Linley for Bentley Continental Flying Spur:
- The distinctive marquetry inlaid Helix motif runs throughout the interior.
- Linley-designed box in the rear console – the humidor contains a humidification system, cigar cutter and ashtray.
- In-built fridge set behind the arm rest and rear console, with specially designed space for bottle storage.
- The picnic tables have a pop-up vanity mirror concealed within them, which is a standard option on the CFS.
– By: Omar Rana