Bentley Motors said that its retail network in China is now fully open, as the country gradually returns to work following the COVID-19 outbreak. Deliveries of the all-new Flying Spur, Bentley’s luxury Grand Touring sedan, are also starting in the country. For the resumption of activities, new measures put in place include extended opening hours to reduce showroom traffic, increased cleaning and protective equipment in place, and digital presentations where possible.

The manufacturer said that its all-new Flying Spur sets a new benchmark for modern luxury Grand Touring, and represents “the perfect fusion of performance-orientated agility and exclusive, four-door, limousine-style comfort”. So far, 27 unique exterior paint and interior colour split combinations have been selected. The car features three-dimensional diamond quilted leather door inserts and new-design fluted leather seats with diamond quilting for the Mulliner Driving Specification.

First customer deliveries took place across Europe and the UK in the first quarter of 2020, with deliveries scheduled to begin in Eastern Markets, North America and the rest of Asia later this year.