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Bentley’s Luxury Backseat Workstation Features Built-In iPads [Pics]

The Muslanne Executive Interior includes cutting edge technologies paired with deluxe materials.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on March 13, 2012.

Bentley‘s Mulsanne Executive Interior Concept, which was first showcased at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, is now moving from the design studio and into production. Cutting edge techonologies and luxury features make the backseat of the vehicle a deluxe mobile workstation.

Two electrically-deployed veneered picnic tables provide a soft hide writing surface, and at the touch of a button twin iPads are revealed with wireless keyboards that can be removed and placed on the user’s lap for added comfort. Both rear passengers can work on documents or files independently, email, browse the internet, make video calls or play music or games.

There is also a 15.6-inch screen that descends from the car’s roof, which can be controlled via the iPads. Two smaller 8-inch screens are incorporated into the headrests of the front seats, and additional features include a telephone, a Tibaldi fountain pen in the armrest, and a Mac Mini computer in the trunk. These technologies are seamlessly integrated into the Mulsanne’s sumptuous and comfortable cabin, which takes Bentley’s craftspeople over 170 hours to create. Click through to see pictures of the interior:

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