Mulliner Reveals a Special Edition Bentley Flying Spur GQ Korea
We’ve all noticed that popular car makers often choose their design direction carefully, depending on the region in which they plan to sell their cars. Taste and preferences vary all over the world, which might explain why Mulliner came up with very special Bentley Flying Spur.
Called the Bentley Flying Spur GQ Korea, this bespoke version was created specifically for the Korean market, with some help from the local GQ magazine and exterior design chief Sang Yup Lee. This special edition is based on the W12 version of the luxury Bentley sedan, showing off a cool two-tone Magnetic and Onyx theme.
Inside the cabin, Mulliner went for saddle brown leather, the special division’s unique tartan-like pattern, with Burnt Oak trim and a custom center console at the back – where ladies may enjoy the hidden jewelry compartment.
There’s also a second example of the Bentley Flying Spur GQ Korea, finished off in white and featuring a two-tone blue cabin space, but we don’t have any info regarding its price or exclusivity. But those of you who can already afford a Flying Spur probably know that Mulliner is able and willing to dress it up right after your preferences and desires, no matter where you may live, so you could have a bespoke version like this one, even if you live in the US.