The Bentley Mulliner division unveiled a suite of three bespoke collections this week, aimed at the American customers and their personal preferences when it comes to configuring their ideal cars. The three were created in close cooperation with US retailers, creating cars tailored to what the customers would normally go for.
The three new Collections each have a particular theme and focus on a certain aspect related to the behavior and lifestyle of prospective owners. The Mulliner Nauticis Collection was done with a focus on yachting. Scheduled to be unveiled later this month at the Ford Lauderdale Boat Show, the Mulliner Nauticis Collection is made up of four Continental GT V8 Convertible models, painted Agean Blue and Ghost White, with matching 22” wheels in Aegean Blue, with polished faces.
Inside the cabin you’ll notice Brunel, Linen and Portland leather with a very interesting color split. The dash and door trims feature Piano Linen leather while the seats come with a Brunel and Linen embroidery. According to Bentley, the highlight of the cabin is the open pore chevron light veneer to the center console.
The Mulliner Skyline Collection includes the Flying Spur, Continental GT Convertible and Bentayga forming the first range collection including all three of Bentley’s modesls. All vehicles in this collection are painted in Onyx with all the exterior trims being replaced by blacked out elements as well. 22-inch wheels in black and silver along with a silver pinstripe on the body of the cars are meant to create a strong contrast.
Silver accents can also be found inside the cabin, on the seats and headrests. The door and dashboard trims are also done in a similarly colored veneer. Silver contrast stitch runs through the center of the seats leading to an embroidered Manhattan Skyline image, which is replicated as a chrome overlay on the passenger fascia.
Last, but not least, the Mulliner Miami Collection is made up of six cars, mixed and matched between the Flying Spur, Continental GT and Bentayga. Inspired by the Art Deco lifeguard stations in Miami, the cars come with orange, blue and lime green exterior paints, all accentuated by Arctica pinstripes. Inside the cars you’ll find a two-tone paint-matched piano veneer wrapping around the front occupants and continued into the rear door pockets with Klein Blue leather matching the exterior color. The seats have contrast stitched bespoke quilting, Mulliner embroidery to the headrests and micro-piping in Klein Blue. The same color is also featured on the gear selector and the lower spoke of the steering wheel. A ‘One of Six’ treadplate plaque is included on the door sills.