Bentley’s Mulliner customization department has again directed its attention to the marque’s opulent Mulsanne flagship – delivering a Sinjari-inspired falcon themed one-off.
The Sinjari is a falcon from the Middle East and the exclusive model is surely looking ready to arrive anywhere in style – though on land, not airborne. The Sinjari falcon has a mix of black and gold plumage, so Mulliner decided to use these colors heavily throughout its design. The exterior has a bespoke two-tone appearance thanks to Anthracite and Onyx, and craftspeople hand-apply the gold pinstripes down each side. And because opulence knows no limits, the flying B hood ornament has 23.9-carat gold plating. Inside the bird’s gold image of the head is imprinted on the dashboard and rear tray tables.
The rest of the cabin is decorated in black and gold as well and Mulliner also delivers on its unique touches – such as diamond-stitched leather and fine wood veneers. The Bentley customization department has been hard at work on the Mulsanne this year, with the Beluga Edition securing some level of sportiness or the long-wheelbase Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner letting loose all dreams of luxury during the Geneva Motor Show in March. Bentley needs to keep its clients happy because the new Rolls-Royce Phantom is just around the corner (sort of, in luxury terms) with a new generation due out in 2018.