2016 Bentley Flying Spur Puts Even Greater Emphasis on Customization | Edmunds

2016 Bentley Flying Spur Puts Even Greater Emphasis on Customization

CREWE, England — A new range of Mulliner options for the 2016 Bentley Flying Spur luxury sedan include a champagne cooler between the rear seats and champagne flutes patterned after Bentley wheels.

The 2016 Flying Spur, which competes in a rarefied segment that includes the Jaguar XJL, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and Rolls-Royce Ghost, is on sale now at Bentley dealerships.

Pricing was not announced on the new options.

The options add a major dose of personalization to the Flying Spur.

Now customers can extend exterior paint colors into the cabin for the first time for what Bentley calls "an ultra-modern look." The veneer is polished with lamb's wool for a mirror-like finish.

The rear doors of the Flying Spur have been redesigned to fit silver atomizers, so passengers can spritz themselves with water or perfume.

The center console can be equipped with a new jewelry box to hold cufflinks, watches and coins.

The cabin also can be swathed in quilted leather, from the door panels to the center console.

Mulliner is Bentley's customization division.

"Mulliner offers customers the opportunity to personalize their car over and above the 1 million plus combinations already available to them," said Geoff Dowding, Mulliner director, in a statement on Monday.

Edmunds says: Car shoppers with deep pockets have even more opportunity to put their own stamp on the Bentley Flying Spur.

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