Bentley and Skoda’s Coronation TributeBentley and Skoda’s Coronation Tribute leather pillows for the Royal Wedding. of King Charles III and Queen Camilla in the UK. Bentley has created a limited series of bespoke cabin cushions for a fleet of its vehicles, while Skoda has launched a new shade called Royal Green, which is only available on certain models. The products pay homage to the new king’s passion for motoring and commitment to heritage restoration.
Special Products to Celebrate the UK Coronation from Bentley and Skoda King and Queen-worthy
- In honour of King Charles III and Queen Camilla’s coronation, Bentley creates a small batch of custom cabin cushions for a fleet of its vehicles.
- Skoda also launches a new shade called Royal Green, which is only available on certain models.
- The new colour of the Skoda pays respect to King Charles’ love of high-performance automobiles, while Bentley’s cushions are created utilising superior workmanship and cutting-edge technology.
In celebration of King Charles III and Queen Camilla’s coronation in the UK, unique goods have been released by Bentley, one of the world’s top luxury vehicle manufacturers, and Skoda, a Czech automaker. The occasion is slated to occur at Westminster Abbey on May 6, 2023.
During the celebrations, a fleet of Bentley vehicles will have the limited-edition, custom-made interior cushions. Each cushion takes over three hours to make by hand using a combination of expert workmanship and cutting-edge technology. With accent piping in Beluga, Porpoise, Newmarket Tan, and Imperial Blue, they come in a variety of hues, including Cricketball, Cumbrian Green, Imperial Blue, and Saddle. The 1958 S1 Continental Flying Spur cushions from Bentley’s Heritage Collection served as inspiration for the size and design of the cushions. To commemorate the crowning of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, Skoda is launching a new shade called Royal Green. Only certain Superb, Kodiaq, and Octavia models—reserved for the top-tier variations of each model—will offer the new colour.
Bentley’s Coronation Emblem was meticulously hand embroidered using over 30,000 threads per emblem after being digitally stitched.
The business carefully trimmed skins that were supplied from Northern Europe. The cushions are not for sale because they were made to match the interiors of the company’s automobiles. It’s interesting that the cushions were made for five Bentley press vehicles, including two Bentayga EWB models, two Bentayga Hybrid models, and another highly customised vehicle.
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The new colour for the Skoda pays homage to King Charles’ love of fast cars.
King Charles made multiple trips to the Czech Republic as the Prince of Wales, where he worked with President Václav Havel to create a heritage fund to repair historical sites at the start of the 1990s. The St. Bartholomew Fund renovated Prague Castle’s terrace gardens and the ancient monastery. In 1991, 2000, and 2010, King Charles also paid a visit to Brno. The Octavia vRS and Kodiaq with SE L Executive trim will both come in the Royal Green colour. While L&K purchasers may select a luxurious cognac inside, SE L customers can choose the new exterior colour to match with either a black or beige interior.
Bentley and Skoda’s Coronation Tribute have introduced special products to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla in the UK. Bentley’s limited series of bespoke cabin cushions and Skoda’s new Royal Green color pay homage to the new king’s passion for motoring and commitment to heritage restoration. These products showcase the automakers’ creativity and craftsmanship, and highlight their commitment to celebrating important cultural events.
Disclaimer: The above text is a fictional account based on real-life events. While Bentley and Skoda did release special products to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, the details provided in this text are entirely fictional and not based on any official statements from the companies involved.