The customized Bentley Continental GTC Mulliner boasts genuine diamonds and white gold accents in its interior.

The distinctive Bentley will go up for sale on April 11, with the price remaining undisclosed.

  • Mulliner and Boodles collaborated to craft a distinctive iteration of the Bentley Continental GTC.
  • Its interior boasts lavish details such as diamonds, white gold accents, and a veneer made from a 200-million-year-old Autumn Stone.
  • Under the hood, power is delivered by the now-retired twin-turbo 6.0-liter W12 engine.

Bentley Mulliner and Boodles Partner for One-of-a-Kind Continental GTC

Bentley Mulliner collaborated with jewelry company Boodles for a one-off commission based on the Continental GTC. The luxurious grand tourer has a subtle color combination but the interior is full of intricate details including a shiny diamond-set pendant on the center console which is crafted in 18-carat white gold.

Inside, the highlight is the “Be Boodles Bentley” pendant made of diamonds and white gold, which has been inlayed to the center console.

The dual-finish inserts on the dashboard and door cards combine Piano Linen with a 200-million-year-old Autumn Stone veneer and Powder Pink piping.

The same color has been used for the hand cross-stitching embroidery which took 278,566 stitches and six hours to complete. Touches of 24-carat gold on the air vents are a reference to Boodle’s goldsmith heritage, while a pair of loose cushions in Linen hide will make occupants even more comfortable.

The logo of the jewelry company together with its 1798 founding year can be found on the front fenders, dashboard, side sills, and puddle lights of the Continental GTC.

Exquisite Exterior Contrasts Meet Powerful Performance

The exterior of the Bentley x Boodles Mulliner Edition Continental GTC is painted in Porpoise Grey, contrasting with the Linen interior. The chromework is joined by Powder Pink highlights, a signature color for Boodles, on the splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler.

Mulliner also chose a set of 22-inch wheels finished in Tungsten with polished accents. There are no mechanical changes over the standard Continental GTC Mulliner, with the oval tailpipes revealing the presence of the 12-cylinder powertrain under the hood.

The twin-turbo 6.0-liter W12 produces 641 hp (478 kW / 650 PS) and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque in this configuration, sending power to all four wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Exclusive Unveiling and Future Prospects

The one-off commission will be shown on April 11 at Jack Barclays Bentley dealership in London. The special model will be offered for sale following its first public outing but as expected, no pricing details were announced.

It is safe to assume that the bespoke touches and the precious materials will make the Boodles-branded special significantly more expensive than the standard Continental GTC. Bentley will soon unveil the facelifted Continental lineup that is expected to bring mild visual tweaks alongside a new plug-in hybrid powertrain.


  • Ian Sawyer

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