One of the more traditional fabrics available in England is tweed. UK luxury automaker Bentley has announced that it is now offering four tweed interior trim options for its two-door and four-door Grand Tourers. The traditional tweed fabric is made in Scotland using ethical and environmentally-friendly processes.
Tweed is a tactile woven fabric made from wool. The four shades include Cheltenham featuring countryside green hues. A more traditional Glen Plaid-Tolsta Beach features a bold check pattern. Two subtle and more contemporary choices include Charcoal and Sand Herringbone meant to complement dark or light interiors, respectively.
For buyers to get the new tweed options inside their vehicle, they have to order through the Bentley Mulliner Personal Commissioning Guide that features more than 70 customization options.
Source:: 95 Octane