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Bentley Adds Scottish Tweed to Continental GT, Flying Spur, Bentayga

Bentley Adds Scottish Tweed to Continental GT, Flying Spur, Bentayga
Bentley Adds Scottish Tweed to Continental GT, Flying Spur, Bentayga
Bentley
  • The Bentley Continental GT, Flying Spur, and Bentayga are all available to order with tweed interior trim from Mulliner, the British automaker's bespoke division.
  • Four colors are available: a plaid pattern, dark blue, tan, or green.
  • The tweed fabric is sourced from the Lovat Mill in Scotland.

    Bentley, much like Ivy League college professors, has a thing for tweed. The Bentley Continental GT convertible can be ordered with a tweed fabric top supplied from New England, and the Equestrian Edition features diamond quilted tweed fabrics. The Mulliner Bacalar also uses the fabric. Now the British automaker is adding tweed interior trim to other vehicles in its lineup, including the Continental GT, Flying Spur sedan, and Bentayga SUV. Only this time it's from Scotland, and it's available through Mulliner, Bentley's bespoke commissioning division. Sophisticated.

    There are four tweed patterns available: Glen Plaid–Tolsta Beach (pictured above), with a bold check pattern; Charcoal, a dark bluish color; Cheltenham, a countryside green; and Sand Herringbone, a tan color. The patterns adorn the interior door trim and blend well with the leather interior on the three grand tourers.

    The tweed fabrics are sourced from the Lovat Mill in Hawick, Scotland, which uses no harmful chemicals in the production of its fabrics and takes 90 percent of its electricity from renewable sources. Partnering with the Lovat Mill is part of Bentley's Beyond 100 strategy, which is a plan for the British automaker to become the worldwide leader in "sustainable luxury mobility." Its lineup will consist entirely of plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles by 2026.

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