Of course the inside is still a delightful place to be, with the distinctive swopping ‘wing’ dashboard now cupping a new 10.9-inch super-HD touchscreen underneath the Breitling clock. The screen supports the integration of both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with in-car concierge duties taken care of by the My Bentley app and the car’s integrated data connection. The driver now faces an entirely digital dashboard which can display either the two traditional dials of speedometer and rev counter or with the latter replaced by a map.
Rear seat passengers also get more legroom and a new, larger touchscreen tablet, and there are a host of USB-C connection points scattered about the interior. Speaking of which, new materials include an optional dark tinted diamond brushed interior trim and two new veneers; Koa and Crown cut walnut. Regardless of which you choose, and whether you opt for the four, five or seven-seat options, all occupants will be more than adequately comfortable and cossetted.