Bentley Unveils Linley Hamper by Mulliner, a Champagne-Cooling Feature for Bentayga

Bentley Unveils Linley Hamper by Mulliner 1 photo
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Bentley’s selling their new big boy as “the world’s first luxury SUV,” but until we get our hands on one, there’s no telling if it will ever rise to its name. The most recent model the Brits have designed takes its name from Roque Bentayga, a 4642-foot mountain peak on Spain’s Grand Canary Island.
For the pretentious few who need more than supreme high-end features, Bentley has added another drop of extravaganza to their name. It takes the form of an accessory, but hold your horses, it’s not just the everyday phone charger. Oh no, it’s furnished with the finest examples of luxury crockery, cutlery and glassware. All in one, we’re talking about the Linley Hamper by Mulliner.

Consisting of three hand-trimmed compartments, this accessory is secured into the Bentayga by using a custom-engineered tray docking mechanism. It allows all three chambers to be pulled forward to the edge of the tailgate, for effortless access and removal from the vehicle. Bentley says the hamper can be used with or without their new SUV’s Event Seat option, providing a variety of ways to enjoy al fresco dining.

Apparently, in the world of exclusivism, the accents goes towards design and style. Therefore, the exterior of all three compartments are hand-trimmed by Muliner’s experienced craftsmen in Beluga hide. A choice of Camel, Hotspur, Linen, Magnolia or New Market Tan can adorn the interior of each hamper. Still not impressed? Read this:

To add that personal touch to an already unique motor car, Mulliner offers an embroidery service. A name, logo or family crest can be beautifully stitched into a specified section of the Hamper. Using Mulliner’s bespoke services, customers can also have the exterior and interior of their Hamper trimmed with different hide colours from the Bentley range.

Have we mentioned that one of the compartments comes with four Bentley crystal champagne flutes, beautifully designed by David Redman of London, that stand alongside two bottles of champagne, both chilled to a perfectly luxurious 8°C?

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