How Would You Spec The New Bentley Flying Spur?

We’re still a few months away from finding out how much the all-new Flying Spur will, as it won’t go on sale before this fall. However, that hasn’t stopped Bentley from launching an online configurator for its flagship sedan.

This is the webpage you’ll have to visit to create your ideal Flying Spur. For starters, you’ll have to decide between the regular model and First Edition. We went with the former, which is available in five different grades with very interesting names: Cool Harmony, Storm Noir, Fire And Ice, Alter Ego and Tuscan.

Choosing colors is not easy either. You have 17 standard and 13 optional shades to choose from (aside from the inevitable custom choices), but there’s something about the Damson that we couldn’t ignore (aside from the name, obviously). Most wheels are 21-inch in size, with two 22-inch sets offered by Mulliner, and after seeing what suits the car best in your opinion, you’ll be taken inside.

This is where the 2020 Flying Spur really shines, as you’ll have to go through each and every available setting to personalize it. For us, the dual-tone look provided by Linen and Damson works like a charm, along with the Dark Fiddleback Eucalyptus over Grand Black veneer. The contrast seatbelts give it an even more special flair, along with contrast stitching and piping, dual-tone steering wheel and a similar look for the floor mats.

Since it doesn’t cost anything to virtually configure the new Flying Spur, we went wild and selected the Touring, Diamond Knurling, Mood Lighting and Smoker’s specifications from the options list, as well, and came up with the guise shared in the gallery below. But how would YOU spec it?

 

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