There are diamond-shaped touches all over the car, including the grille, seats, and centre console.
The Continental GT Mulliner Convertible is identifiable on the outside from its new diamond-shaped grille mesh that has black centre sections and silver edges. The same motif appears on the side vents. The model rides on 22-inch wheels with 10 curvy spokes and a self-levelling badge in the centre. There are 61 available exterior colours or a buyer can work with Bentley to select a custom shade.
Mulliner largely focuses on improving the cabin of the Continental GT Convertible. The diamond-quilted upholstery on the seats, door panels, and tonneau cover evokes the grille's style. The company uses contrast stitching, and the entire cabin requires 400,000 stitches to complete. Customers can choose among eight, custom-made three-colour combinations. For a warm greeting when entering the vehicle, there are illuminated tread plates and LED welcome lamps that project the brand logo on the ground.
More special editions:
- Bentley Continental GT Convertible goes retro with tweed top
- Drop-top Bentley Continental pays homage to Le Mans-winning Blower
To add even more diamonds to the interior, Mulliner mills the shape into the metal trim on the centre console. It's also on the face of the Breitling timepiece that's in between the vents. Customers can enjoy their music while cruising with the roof down with the available Naim stereo. It has 18 speakers and two Active Bass transducers with a 2,200-watt amplifier.
Buyers also get a leather-covered key in a Mulliner-branded handcrafted presentation box that uses matching material from the customer's selection for the upholstery colour.
Bentley doesn't specify the price for the Continental GT Mulliner Convertible. However, the standard version of the droptop goes for £176,000, and this one would certainly be even more expensive.