The Bentley Flying spurs will now have some additional oomph, thanks to a collaboration that the brand has entered with British design company Linley. Meant for the Chinese markets, the cars will feature select Linley veneers in Santos rosewood on the fascia, console, waistrail and roof console which is a first for any car, ever. The Linley Helix motif is inspired by the Linley Helix Furniture Collection, and the car springs more suprises than you can imagine.
Apart from a customer-commissioned Linley humidor modification to the rear console you will also find a cigar cutter and ashtray back there. The car also sports a builtin fridge set just behind the arm rest and rear console, with space to keep bottles. And for some fun family time there is a picnic table with a pop-up vanity mirror concealed. Plus they’ve also thrown in a “Linley branded leather bag with a sumptuous cashmere blanket and other Linley items such as a leather luggage tag“. Under the hood the Continental Flying Spur has a 6 litre petrol engine which generates 552 bhp and propels the car from 0 to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds. Pricing is not available, but keeping in mind the Middle Kingdom’s growth and its voracious appetite for luxury 10 of these babies would have been long sold out.