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If you're anything like me then you're probably perpetually infuriated that the back blinds on your Bentley Flying Spur can't be operated by your mobile device. But now thanks to their new collaboration with Vertu, the leading English manufacturer of luxury mobile phones, this scourge that plagues our society has been eradicated. 

The 'Vertu for Bentley' starts at a mere £10,700 and is a marriage of two brands with unrivaled expertise in the luxury and technology markets. 

'Not to mention, it comes swathed in supple quilted calf leather'

In the same way good looking people should breed, the Vertu and Bentley collaboration was not only destined to happen, but needed to happen.

"Newmarket Tan Diamond Quilted Calf Leather"
"Newmarket Tan Diamond Quilted Calf Leather"

For Bentley drivers the 'Vertu for Bentley' offers an exclusive range of applications such as the CONCIERGE service which provides 24-hour worldwide assistance and priority bookings. There is also the Vertu LIFE app which provides you with personalised recommendations and privileged access to experiences and events. 

It will also give you direct access to Q branch for when you need that all important ballistics report from the bullet you prized from your shoulder without an anesthetic. Other than the specifically tailored cosmetics of the 'Vertu for Bentley' phone, there is a unique bespoke app which delivers exclusive Bentley content direct to the device.

London press launch
London press launch

So if your butler has decided to take the Continental out for a cheeky spin whilst you're attending the French Ambassadors banquet, an alert will come straight to your device and a P45 will be issued to terminate his contract of employment posthaste. Of course, I jest. 

"A marriage of two brands with unrivaled expertise"
"A marriage of two brands with unrivaled expertise"

Finally, as I greedily devoured the last cinnamon and lemon muffin from the canopy, offered to me at the Bentley boutique at Berkley Square, I was informed that the 'Vertu for Bentley' is limited to 2,000 pieces and is now available in stores - and also that my flies were undone.

Peter Brooker

Peter is a published author on men's style, a huge James Bond fanatic and the host of our very own Menswear Style Podcast. His new book 'From Tailors with Love: An Evolution of Menswear Through the Bond Films' is available now.

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