Bentley reveals its new styled accessories

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

Bentley Motors released today its latest collection of accessories highlighting the British company's design and craftsmanship skills. This new collection includes the new Vented Wings available for the Bentley Continental GT and GTC.

Styled by Raul Pires, Bentley's head of exterior design, these new wings promise to emphasize the Continental's sporting lines and are positioned to the rear of the front wheel arch (according to Bentley a chrome mesh is currently under development and will be available in early 2010).

Also, these new wings will be offered on the Continental Flying Spur models. Next, we have the child seats which are offered in the same color as the car's interior.

Moreover, the child's name may be embroidered on the seat back beneath the Bentley Wings. Bentley's new Self-Levelling Wheel Badges offer Arnage, Azure, Brooklands and Continental offer the customers the possibility to customize their Bentley: these badges fit into the centre of the wheel and feature Bentley's classic B symbol surrounded by the Bentley Motors' script and remain completely level and upright at speeds of up to 70mph (112 Km/h).

Once the car comes to a halt the wheel badges will also automatically self-level. The stylish car cover, tailored to specifically fit each model, now offers indoor and outdoor protection is offered for the Continental Supersports and Series 51 GT and GTC models.

Finally, the Bentley Jewelled Torch closes this list of new accessories. The lightweight torch retains its powerful LED spot beam but for an extra dash of style and practicality, the Bentley B is now lasered into the lens and Bentley's unique knurling has been added around the beam adjustment bezel.

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