from the sky to the road, bentley salutes aerobatic breitling jets
from the sky to the road, bentley salutes aerobatic breitling jets
jul 01, 2015

from the sky to the road, bentley salutes aerobatic breitling jets

from the sky to the road, bentley salutes aerobatic breitling jets
all images courtesy of bentley





british luxury car maker bentley launched a series of ‘continental GT speed’ that pay tribute to the largest professional civilian flight breitling jet team. the upscale series is limited to just seven cars, each inspirited by the breitling jets. bentley’s ‘mulliner’ division re-conceptualized the grand tourer to mirror the distinctive duo tone color scheme with yellow details that reflect the trademark look of the L-39 albatros jets.


each car includes trademark two tone color scheme





the interior of each car is individually numbered on the tread plaque and corresponds to one of the seven jets. the dashboard features carbon fibre panelling which also displays an image of the seven planes in their signature flight formation. the headrests include logos and graphics of the series that match the individual jet. ‘the bentley continental GT speed breitling jet team series demonstrates the level of customisation mulliner can achieve for customers,’ explains director of mulliner, geoff dowding. ‘creating this very special edition has been an exciting experience for the entire team, taking inspiration from the breitling jet team’s grand tour.’

only seven continental GT speed were made


interior features carbon fibre panels with logos of the breitling jets


foot plaques numbering each car










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