The centre piece of the Flying Spur’s interior - its steering wheel - is home to some of the most elaborate hand-stitching and leatherwork to be found anywhere in the automotive industry.
A cross-stitched steering wheel involves five metres of thread being precisely passed through 352 sew holes in order to achieve 168 distinctive cross stitches.
A single steering wheel is stitched in three and a half hours by a skilled Bentley craftsperson, using a bespoke pair of needles and a motion too complicated to be replicated by machine.
The cabin in finished with three-dimensional diamond quilted leather door inserts, inspired by the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 design concept.
Flying Spur customers can choose from as many as 14 interior leather hide colours, which can be complimented by a vast selection of 23 different colours of contrast thread.
Earlier this month Bentley indicated its intention to debut its first all-electric car within the next half-a-decade.
Bentley was founded by W. O. Bentley in Cricklewood, north London in 1919.