Bentley celebrates 20 years in China with 20 Mulliner Continental, GTC, Flying Spur, and Bentayga models

Bentley celebrates 20 years in China with Mulliner versions of the Continental GT coupe, GTC cabrio, Flying Spur sedan, and Bentayga SUV.

The British premium business builds 20 of each model range inspired by four London landmarks. Four variants have various paint, interior trim, and veneers, but all have a turbocharged V8.

"The Guard" is a pearlescent red Continental GT with a distinctive roof that riffs on the Royal Guards' bearskin caps. Outside are black, machined 21-inch 10-spoke wheels, a carbon splitter, sill extensions, diffuser, and trunk-lid spoiler.

The special GT's interior contains Beluga lambswool carpets and Piano Hotspur over Piano Black veneers. "The Guard" designs and gold internal embellishments replicate guards' tunic buttons.

"The Carnaby" is a Continental GTC inspired by London's Carnaby Street. You can choose from four colors (Radium, Jetstream II, Orange Flame, and Onyx), 22-inch black and white wheels, and a white pinstripe.

Bentley's Beluga leather is accented with Radium and Silver in the GTC's cabin, which also has a dazzling diamond motif on the dashboard and console.

Bentley's Flying Spur sedan, The Pall Mall, is a tribute to the Queen's Golden Jubilee State Limousine in 2022.

The Imperial and Baroda Blue inside seems more modern than the exterior, and the high-gloss burr walnut wood accents will blow you away.

The set ends with a Saville Row-inspired Bentayga SUV. Saville Row's arches are loaded with 22-inch rims, although they're finished in Cumbrian Green to match the bodywork.

Four seats are upholstered in Cumbrian Green and Portland skins with contrast stitching and a suit and bow tie motif embroidered into the headrests.

This is the first time burr elm veneer has been utilized on a modern Bentley, according to Mulliner. These 80 automobiles were created for China and won't be sold elsewhere.