Bentley now has offers the Series 51 design options and It allows customers of both Continental Flying Spur and Flying Spur Speed to order ‘off the peg’ from an innovative and exclusive range of recommended combinations created by Bentley’s colour and trim designers. For the 2012 model year, the Continental Flying Spur gets a new range of cosmetic upgrades from the Series 51 designs first seen on the Continental GT and GTC.
“The Series 51 design concept is inspired by the spirit of the inaugural Bentley styling department in Crewe established by the gifted John Blatchley, who shaped the original and iconic 1950s Bentley Continentals. Today, it provides for a virtually bespoke ordering service due to the thousands of configurations available through Bentley’s expansive colour and trim catalogue.” said Dirk van Braeckel, Bentley’s director of design at the company’s headquarters in Crewe, England.
Bentley Continental Flying Spur Series 51 designs, the Bentley styling team operates on a ‘rule of three’ principle to create complex but harmonising colour schemes of depth and beauty, inspired by a customer’s simple choice of three contrasting colours. With luxurious wood veneers and leather hides as the main canvas, the colour and trim specialists begin with a main interior colour (typically a darker shade) and then select a second insert colour to provide an eye-catching contrast. A critical skill is identifying the third ‘accent’ colour for the stitching and piping.
Bentley suitable choice among the 14 available options of the Series 51, Bentley will be more than happy to create a new, bespoke one. This models are equipped with a new touchscreen infotainment system, with 30GB of capacity. The GPS uses “dynamic navigation” to avoid heavy traffic spots and can locate destinations by using geo-tagged photos from an SD card. In addition the six-disc CD changer, music can be played directly from an iPod, SD card and the hard drive, which can store up to 15GB of music.