The 2020 Bentley Flying Spur Is New From The Ground Up And Way More Luxurious
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3D-effect quilted door cards as seen in these official shots." data-reactid="104">It's no surprise to find that the cabin is big on both tradition and technology. Bentley has been doing wood and leather for longer than anyone, and we would have been shocked not to find both materials featuring heavily in the cockpit. Much of the core architecture is obviously shared with the Continental, but the design of the center console is new and incorporates horizontal air vents. Available is the Continental's rotating central dashboard panel that rotates between a wooden panel, the 12.3-inch touchscreen, or a trio of analogue dials. There's real bronze details on the clock and some of the switches, and more components now have a diamond-knurled finish. Trim options include double-veneer two-tone wood and quilted leather seats with 3D-effect quilted door cards as seen in these official shots.
While the old Flying Spur wasn't short on rear seat accommodation, this one will be roomier, with Bentley saying that the entire wheelbase extension has translated into extra legroom for those in the back. Although there are only two full-size seats in the rear, there is a central seatbelt and a pop-up headrest to allow an extra passenger to perch in the gap between them in considerably less comfort. The seats are heated, ventilated, can give massages, and have adjustable bolstering, and the rear cabin gets its own touchscreen system. A full-length panoramic sunroof is also available, with retractable Alcantara blinds that match the color of the headliner.