2005 Bentley Arnage Limousine Preview
Extending the Arnage's D-pillar, rear and front doors, instead of just the rear quarter, being how most limousine builders
|Wanting to offer buyers a "clean slate" when it comes to options, the car shown at Geneva featured a more classic patina of linen and burgundy leathers, combined with dark walnut veneer. (Photo: Bentley Motors)|
Finishing off the original show car was a two-tone pain scheme, the hood, cabin and trunk lid in Royal Burgundy and black nose and side panels. The car also featured stainless steel sills and bumpers.
Rather than fire all of its guns at once, Bentley Mulliner chose to not endow its show car's interior with every option possible, but rather keep it restrained. After all, the customer would have an easier time painting a "blank canvas" than a car fitted with someone else's features, luxury appointments and material choices. Therefore the Geneva car featured a more classic patina of linen and burgundy leathers, combined with dark walnut veneer. The result is an airy cabin that feels
|Forget having to travel down to the dealership, rather a factory representative will visit buyers within their own home or office. (Photo: Bentley Motors)|
To come to this decision, however, Arnage Limousine buyers won't have to go down to a Bentley dealership, but rather a factory representative will visit them within their own home or office, show samples of leathers and woods while discussing which of a myriad of options will best suit the car of their dreams.
The high-level service doesn't stop once the car is ordered, of course, but continues with personal delivery when completed and a follow-up service appointment once per year including a full inspection of the vehicle, for the duration of the warranty.