The new cologne’s flagship model is the “Lalique for Bentley Crystal Edition,” which retails for about $4,600 USD and smells like “fine woody notes and exquisite leather.”
Bentley will also be producing two less expensive scents: Bentley for Men (created by Firmenich, also with “fine wood and leather notes”) and Bentley For Men Intense (fine wood and leather plus African geranium).
The obvious question being: what, no women’s perfume? Seems a bit sexist, not to mention overlooking the market which is most likely to buy and wear scents.
Until the new Flying Spur is released, if you need a replacement Bentley convertible top for your older model, we offer several different fabric and color options for the 1976-1992 Bentley Corniche and Continental soft tops.