As the name suggests, Mulliner’s bespoke Bentley Continental GT Convertible Bavaria Edition celebrates the German state.
Impressed with the Mulliner creation in the images below? Sorry, you can’t have it. The Bentley Continental GT Convertible Bavaria Edition is a one-off. The convertible is a celebration of the German state of Bavaria and the press release says that it is inspired by the beauty of the Bavarian region.
The Bavaria flag pattern is exquisitely recreated by a beautiful combination of the Glacier White exterior paint and Imperial Blue roof. Small flag patterns on the front fenders, 22-inch Mulliner Driving Specification wheels and a lower front grille in matching shade of chrome complete the styling revisions.
Inside, the Bavaria inspiration continues with the flag design embroidered on the headrests, Imperial Blue leather with Linen contrast piping and stitching, and a pearly Mulliner Glacier White veneer dashboard. A Bentley Bavaria Edition treadplate inlay completes the special treatment.
The one-off collectors’ car was envisioned by the company’s head of design, Stefan Sielaff and is scheduled to be hand-built by Mulliner in Crewe, England. The finished Bentley Continental GT Convertible Bavaria Edition will be presented at an event to be held at the Munich Bentley retailer. There is no info out there on how much the whole package is going to cost the buyer.