Bentley Marks 20 Years in China with Four Special Mulliner Cars

Bentley has been around for almost a century, but its presence in China is significantly younger. The premium manufacturer is marking its 20th anniversary in the Asian country by introducing four limited-edition Mulliner cars. Mulliner will create unique specs for each model based on renowned London locales, and Bentley will construct 80 in total – 20 of each.

The Continental GT, Continental GTC, Bentayga, and Flying Spur are the four vehicles. The Guard, The Carnaby, The Savile Row, and The Pall Mall special configurations each have unique designs, embroidery, and other Mulliner elements. Each car will be handcrafted by Mulliner.

The Guard is inspired by the British Royal Guards, and the two-tone Continental GT represents their distinctive uniform. The black roof represents the famous 18-inch black bearskin cap worn by the Guards. The 21-inch 10-spoke wheels are also finished in black. Special badging emphasises the car’s one-of-a-kind status and limited manufacturing run. Inside, a three-tone colour scheme, contrast stitching, and other Mulliner accents divide the cabin.

Bentley will also introduce the Carnaby, a Continental GT Convertible. This drop-top is modelled on Carnaby Street in London’s Soho district and comes in four different colours: Radium, Jetstream II, Orange Flame, and Onyx. Bentley couples them with 22-inch black-painted wheels with white accents. Radium highlights and corresponding contrast stitching are added to the cabin.

The¬†Bentayga, called The Savile Row, combines Cumbrian Green with 22-inch, 10-spoke wheels finished in the same color. Inside, the four-seat SUV receives Mulliner’s “Serenity” seat quilting on the seats and doors with a suit and bow tie embroidered into the headrest to present the great tailors of Savile Row.

The Bentayga, dubbed The Savile Row, is done in Cumbrian Green with 22-inch, 10-spoke wheels in the same colour. Inside, the four-seat SUV has Mulliner’s “Serenity” seat quilting on the seats and doors, as well as a suit and bow tie embroidered into the headrest to honour the famous tailors of Savile Row.

The final Mulliner build breathes new life into the Bentley Flying Spur into Pall Mall. This design is inspired by the Queen’s State Limousine, which Bentley presented to her in 2002, the same year Bentley began selling in China. The two-tone Beluga over Claret paint job on the Flying Spur is complemented by matching 22-inch wheels. The Pall Mall has a distinctive front-to-back colour split on the inside.

The first of these one-of-a-kind Bentleys will arrive in China soon, with the rest cars being offered exclusively in the nation over the next few months.