Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner gets Blackline trim

Option ‘Blackline’ exterior styling will quickly be readily available on the range-topping Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner design.

This Blackine styling deal is by no implies new, however. Bentley states that all-around 1 in 5 of the flagship Continental GT Mulliner versions that roll out of its factory in Crewe are specced with this alternative styling configuration.

Capitalising on the recognition of this extra deal, Bentley now programs to present it as an optional added for the a little bit more costly Bentley Traveling Spur Mulliner.

The Blackline specification gets rid of the exterior chrome detailing discovered on the typical Mulliner styles, and replaces them with gloss black variations. This implies that the entrance bumper, the wing vents above the entrance wheels, the wing mirrors and the radiator grille are all completed in black alternatively than chrome, as is the Bentley emblem and ‘Mulliner’ trim branding.

Bentley provides that it will supply this trim bundle with two optional 22-inch alloy wheel styles. 1 of these alternatives consists of self-levelling Bentley badges on the centre caps.

That sums up the Blackline package – there are no general performance or inside design improvements above standard Flying Spur Mulliner types. There has been no word from Bentley as to how a lot this alternate exterior styling choice will cost, and it’s likely to remain that way, as the manufacturer prompts opportunity buyers to inquire about product pricing as an alternative of listing costs on its web page.

Now obtainable as a plug-in hybrid, the Bentley Traveling Spur presently retains an Specialist Score of 83%. When enthusiast-targeted Uk publications have specified the luxury saloon glowing assessments many thanks to its lavish inside and driving dynamics, shopper-orientated titles are a lot less amazed by the Bentley’s pricey pricing and significant operating charges.

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