A new high class trim level is now available for Bentley’s Mulsanne. Dubbed as the Executive Interior, this package offers a high level of prestige and personalization to the Mulsanne. This offers the newest advances in multimedia connectivity to its flagship. Two options are available in this high class trim level: either the theater specification or the iPad spec executive interior.
Building one Mulsanne takes 170 hours to complete. Some of the bespoke options on the car need a certain skill to install. According to Alasdair Stewart, a member of the board for sales and marketing, he is “confident” that customers will find what they’re expecting for from the Mulsanne whether they’re looking for a “business-focused environment” or a for a place where they can relax and enjoy films, music, television and the internet.
The theater specification Mulsanne is equipped with a 15.6 inch HD LED screen, which flips down out of the roof for both rear seat passengers to take pleasure in. It will also come with an eight-inch screen in each headrest so that occupants can separately enjoy their entertainment if they chose to do so. An iPod touch controls the system, enabling the occupants to control all the multi-media via a Bentley app.
There is a Macintosh computer installed in the trunk that can be used through the 15.6 HD screen to reap the benefits of a full computer. The theater spec Mulsanne also comes with a built in bottle cooler with space for two champagne bottles and three custom made champagne flutes.
On the other hand, the iPad version of the Mulsanne offers more gadgets such as iPads to the rear seat passengers who can view screens where they’re seated. An iPad is available for each rear passenger.
These are placed on small flip down airplane style tray tables that could be stored in the seat totally out of sight when necessary. These trims are added to the Mulsanne so that the brand is able to keep up with the fast pace in the technology offered around the world. It also wants to keep its business-focused customers connected while they’re on the vehicle.