In celebration of the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla in the UK, two car manufacturers, Bentley and Skoda, have released special products to pay homage to the new king's passion for motoring and commitment to heritage restoration.

Bentley has created a small batch of custom cabin cushions for a fleet of its vehicles. The cushions take over three hours to make by hand using a combination of expert workmanship and cutting-edge technology.

The 1958 S1 Continental Flying Spur cushions from Bentley's Heritage Collection served as inspiration for the size and design of the cushions.

The cushions come in a variety of hues, including Cricketball, Cumbrian Green, Imperial Blue, and Saddle. The cushions also have accent piping in Beluga, Porpoise, Newmarket Tan, and Imperial Blue.

Bentley's Coronation Emblem was meticulously hand-embroidered using over 30,000 threads per emblem after being digitally stitched.

To commemorate the coronation, Skoda has launched a new shade called Royal Green. The new colour pays homage to King Charles' love of high-performance automobiles.

Only certain Superb, Kodiaq, and Octavia models will offer the new colour. The Octavia vRS and Kodiaq with SE L Executive trim will both come in the Royal Green colour.