The cabin, of course, is Bentley’s pièce de résistance. No other continental manufacturer can match the plumpness of the leather upholstery, the bottomless sheen of the veneers and the opulence of the fixtures and fittings, which were known as “The Jewellery” when the company was owned by Rolls-Royce. Of course there’s room for the tallest and the widest passengers, and space for the most efficacious travel accessories. The rear accommodation can be specified with two seats or preferably a bench, although the centre perch is only big enough for a small child.
That this is not Bentley’s top-model Azure is only clear in one or two aspects; the carpets are not as plush, the chromium plate is deposited on aluminium and less cool to the touch and there’s something mysteriously hollow about the aluminium-backed wood cappings on doors and centre console.
Source: The Telegraph