Bentley reveals Flying Spur Mulliner’s new dark side

Revealed at the prestigious Monterey Car Week in California in 2021, the elegantly appointed Flying Spur Mulliner sits at the pinnacle of its model range, combining the very finest in modern craftsmanship and breath-taking luxury.

Now, with the introduction of a Blackline Specification (following in the footsteps of the GT Mulliner Blackline) to the Flying Spur Mulliner, buyers can choose to replace all of the exterior bright ware (excluding the Bentley ‘Winged B’ badge) for gloss black versions.

In place of the satin silver upper mirror caps typical of a Flying Spur Mulliner, the mirrors are finished in gloss Beluga black. The signature Mulliner matrix wing vents are also blackened, and finished with bright Mulliner branding.

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The radiator grille remains black with bright edges to the 3D design and the lower bumper grilles are also finished in black. The Blackline Specification also offers an optional black 22-inch Mulliner wheel with contrast polished ‘pockets’.

Alternatively, a 22-inch Mulliner gloss black wheel with self-levelling badges featuring chrome rings, is also available. The new specification allows Mulliner customers further visual contrast with lighter exterior palettes or elegantly blend with darker colour choices.

The Flying Spur Mulliner Blackline Specification is available with Bentley’s V8 and W12 powertrains, as well as the new V6 Hybrid. When equipped with Bentley’s 6.0-litre, twin-turbocharged W12, the Flying Spur Mulliner accelerates to 100km/h in 3.8 seconds.

The new generation 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged V8 delivers covers the sprint in 4.1 seconds, with the hybrid scurrying through in 4.3 seconds.

Inside, the luxurious interior of the Flying Spur remains unchanged from the existing Mulliner edition, allowing customers to enjoy any colour combination they choose, or one of eight recommended three-colour combinations.

The Mulliner Driving Specification is fitted as standard, bringing the “Diamond-in-Diamond” quilting to the seats, and three-dimensional leather to the doors. Contrast seat piping matches the accent surrounds too.

Modern craftsmanship and breath-taking luxury combine in the diamond milled technical finish that is applied to the centre and rear consoles. The centrepiece feature on the dashboard alongside chrome bullseye vents is a stunning, brushed silver Mulliner clock.

The classic Bentley theme continues in the LED driver’s instrument panel, with stylish new and exclusive Mulliner graphics. The now famous Bentley rotating display, sports pedals, heated duo-tone 3-spoke steering wheel and panoramic sunroof add to the ambience.

Unique Mulliner electrically-operated picnic tables are mounted to the rear of the front seats and can be deployed with a single press of a button. The veneered tables lower and self-level to reveal a leather-trimmed surface with a recess for a pen or stylus.

Mulliner will debut a stunning new model – the Batur – at this year’s Monterey Car Week. So much more than the successor to the Bacalar, the Batur reveals a new design language for Bentley.

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