New Mulliner Bentleys celebrate two decades of Bentley in China.
Bentley goes from London to China as the brand celebrates an incredible two decades of its presence in the country. Over 100 years ago in 1919, Bentley Motors was founded by W.O. Bentley in London, and for the past 20 years, Bentley has celebrated success in China. To celebrate, four Mulliner-commissioned models have been created with inspiration coming from different parts of London, each to be produced in 20 examples for Chinese customers to celebrate two decades of Chinese success for Bentley. The four models show off each model in Bentley’s lineup: The Guard, a Continental GT, The Carnaby, a Continental GTC, The Pall Mall, a Flying Spur, and The Saville Row, a Bentayga.
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The Guard is a Bentley Continental GT that is inspired by the Royal Guards who famously protect London’s Royal Household. Red bodywork with a Beluga roof mimics the uniform, and the gold accents that adorn the interior of the car do the same. The Carnaby, a Bentley Continental GTC, is inspired by Carnaby Street in the Soho district of London. With inspiration coming from the nightlife and lively atmosphere of the area, the car is available in four different colors: Radium, Jetstream II, Orange Flame, and Onyx. The Pall Mall Bentley Flying Spur references something that happened in the same year Bentley introduced itself to China, 2002. In the same year, Bentley also delivered a new State Limousine to Her Majesty The Queen to celebrate her Golden Jubilee. The car is still the official State Limousine of Her Majesty, and The Pall Mall Flying Spur references it with a two-tone paint job of Beluga and Claret, with a beautiful interior that combines blue upholstery and both open-pore and high-gloss Burr Walnut veneer. The Saville Row Bentayga pays homage to the world-famous tailoring capital with its Cumbrian Green paintwork and two-tone interior that references luxurious suiting. All 80 of these stunning Bentleys will be sold exclusively in China to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Bentley’s presence there, and they show off Mulliner’s incredible level of craftsmanship and the luxury that makes Bentley the brand it is.