Bentley details Mulsanne’s hand-crafted interior in video

Bentley details Mulsanne’s hand-crafted interior in video

With the standards of mass-produced luxury cars rapidly rising to higher heights in Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz vehicles, it now requires extreme lengths to stand out in the hyper luxury segment where Bentley and Rolls-Royce live. Bentley’s latest vehicle the 2011 Mulsanne  is seeking go above its competition with the 2011 Mulsanne, and the video below details how they go about building its immaculate interior.

Hand-stitched leather mixes in with finely-crafted wood and many hours and years of experience go into the building of every Bentley Mulsanne’s interior. Boasting “classic signature features that have defined Bentleys from the 1920s to the present day,” the Mulsanne interior is stacked with mirror-matched wood veneers (which take five weeks to make) in Walnut, Piano Black, Oak, Bird’s Eye Maple, Vavona, Olive Ash or Sapelli Pommele. For the seats, the leather smell is important so the company used a complex tanning process to create “a rich, mature leather aroma.” Leather is available in 24 standard color choices (and a variety of heritage colors) and can be selected in both single-tone and two-tone combinations.

With an expected price tag of £220,000 ($475,000 NZ) the Mulsanne comes with high expectations. Click on the link below to see how the interior is made and how it’s set to impress.

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