Bentley has revealed a one-of-a-type Continental GT Convertible by Muliner that is an extremely distinctive ride that pays homage to the Bavarian area. The ride was inspired by the beauty of the Bavarian area and was designed by Stefan Sielaff, Director of Design for Bentley.
The vehicle has several distinctive specs in its build, and just a single example is being made. The vehicle will be sold to one lucky buyer and will be showed at an exclusive event at the Bentley Munich retailer. The unique touches that make the vehicle an ode to the Bavarian area contain Iconic Bavarian colors with White exterior paint and an Imperial Blue roof.
The color idea is meant to remind of the Bavarian flag pattern. The Bavarian-themed vehicle has a chrome finish flag pattern on the front fender with enamel infils in Mulliner Bespoke light and white Blue sport. The wheels are twenty-two inch Mulliner Driving specification wheels with vivid chrome lower bumper grille.
The interior of the vehicle has Bavarian flag pattern embroidered seat headrests in Bespoke Light and White Blue thread. The treadplates have a unique Bentley Bavaria Edition Inlay. The interior also has a glacier white painted twin veneer with an imperial blue hide.
Other interior touches contain Linen contrast piping and stitching inside and Linen overmat stitching and binding. Bentley is not clear if the Bavarian edition is built on the W12 convertibles or Continental V8. Like any Bentley vehicles, it is extremely well finish on the inside and white veneer looks amazing.
Mulliner got its begin as a luxury horse-drawn carriage builder in the 1500s and primary worked on a Bentley in 1923.
Hand-built by Mulliner, the unique-edition vehicle will be shown at an exclusive event at Munich Bentley dealership. There is no detail of a price or which customer will take ownership of the Bavaria Edition.