Getting a Bentley as a vehicle is both an expensive investment and a total dream, if you happen to be artistic. Especially, if you’re interested in the Flying Spur. The big bankrollers with the moolah to offer other individuals to be the artistic ones will definitely be impressed with this Flying Spur hybrid, released in collaboration with the automaker and custom shoemaker Dominic Ciambrone. Who is well-known as “The Surgeon.”
On the outside, the Flying Spur is able to wear the colors of silver with Anthracite Satin black pants, which in itself is also accented by Satin Bronze pinstriping and piping. As a result, it shows off a glittery finish from the combo of matte and metallic paints. In itself, it looks very attractive and yet muted for a car that can look very amazing on the road.
When you look on the inside of the bespoke vehicle, the Surgeon’s calling card is very specific. The silly style of his Jolly Roger logo shows the branding of “the Surgeon” are well seen althroughout the cabin of the car. The interior especially is also great if you enjoy pirate logos.
Bentley stays quite true to itself when it comes to the pricetag of the bespoke Flying Spur.
Early buyers will notice the range of going somewhere north of the standard Flying Spur Hybrid’s very own starting price $217,525 in a private sale. The good news is the owner of the vehicle will be receive a pair of limited-edition Bentley/Surgeon Adidas Forum Low sneakers with the car.
Ciambrone has himself been able to select interior finishes, as well as the upper veneer of the Crown Cut Walnut. He has also chosen to design with the lesser, High Gloss Crown Cut Walnut. That in itself which is laser-etched with the skull and crossed scalpel logo.
In addition, Grand Black gloss veneer covers the front and rear center consoles, with the logo of the Surgeon laid across in chrome.
Bentley has plenty of upholstery that shows linen used on he seats, lower face and doors. This contrasts well with the stitching that lines the seats in a cross-stitch pattern on the steering wheel. Even his name, “Surgeon,” is embroidered all over the seats while the headrests themselves are adorned with logos of all sorts.
All in all, it sounds like a worthwhile vehicle.
But what about those awesome looking sneakers?
Regarding the sneakers, around ten pairs of bespoke, Bentley-inspired Adidas Form Lows have been shown and already so quickly bought up.